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ROLL    OF    HONOUR 


Memorial  Erected  in  Auchterarder  Churchyard  in  Commemoration 

of  those  of  the  Burgh  and  Parish  who  fell 

in   the   Great   War. 


ROLL    OF    HONOUR 

for 

The  Burgh  ®  Parish 
of     Auchterarder 


THE    GREAT    WAR      ::       1914—1919 


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FOREWORD 

This  Roll  contains  the  names,  and,  so  far  as  can 
be  ascertained,  the  dates  and  places  of  service 
of  those  of  the  Burgh  and  Parish  of  Auchterarder 
who  took  part  in  the  Great  War.  The  members 
of  the  Women's  Services  are  in  a  separate  list. 
A  purple  band  surrounds  the  names  of  those 
who  gave  their  lives  for  their  Country. 

A  Roll  like  the  following  may  seem  a 
bald  thing,  but  it  carries  with  it  to  those  who 
remained  behind  a  degree  of  pathos  which  it  is 
difficult  to  overestimate.  It  brings  back  to  memory 
that  fateful  day  in  August  1914  when  the 
Auchterarder  Territorials  marched  off  full  of  con- 
fidence and  hope,  determined  to  vindicate  the 
Honour  of  their  Country  and  the  cause  of  Justice, 
little  realising  or  little  heeding  that  so  many  were 


going  never  to  return.  And  it  also  brings  to 
memory  those  long,  sad  years  of  anxiety  that 
followed,  until  at  last  hardly  an  Auchterarder  lad 
was  left  to  step  whistling  down  the  street. 

These  things  are  past.  The  red-hackled  boys 
have  come  back  and  with  victory  in  their  arms. 
But  they  are  stamped  for  life  by  the  experiences 
they  have  passed  through.  Some  of  them  are 
maimed,  and  there  are  no  less  than  eighty-two 
graves  in  the  lands,  whether  they  be  in  France  or 
Flanders,  Mesopotamia,  Salonica,  or  Gallipoli,  which 
to  us  are  British  soil. 

We  can  but  thank  those  who  remain,  though 
words  do  not  carry  with  them  what  we  feel,  and, 
while  reverently  expressing  our  sympathy  with 
the  relatives  of  those  who  have  fallen,  try  to  make 
our  Country  worthier  of  all  that  has  been  given 
so  freely  for  it. 


"  Their  name  liveth  for  evermore 


THESE 

AT  THE  CALL  OF 
KING     AND     COUNTRY, 

left  all  that  was  dear  to  them, 
endured  hardness,  faced 
danger,  and  finally  passed 
out  of  the  sight  of  men  by 
the  path  of  duty  and  self- 
sacrifice  ;  giving  up  their  own 
lives  that  others  might  live 
in  Freedom.  Let  those  who 
come  after  see  to  it  that 
their  names  are  not  forgotten 
and  that  they  shall  not  have 
died   in   vain. 


"  Their  name  liveth  for  evermore  " 


ALEXANDER,  JAMES,  7th  Cameron  Highlanders 

ARCHIBALD,  DONALD,  11th  A.  &  S.  Highlanders 

ARCHIBALD,  JAMES,  l/6th  Black  Watch 

BAYNE,  ALEXANDER,  l/6th  Black  Watch 

BROWN,  JOHN,  1st  Gordon  Highlanders 

BURGH-SMEATON,   JACK,  27th  (City  of  Winnipeg) 
Canadian  Infantry 

CAIRNS,  HENRY,  l/6th  Black  Watch 

CAIRNS,  WILLIAM  K.,  l/6th  Black  Watch 

CAIRNS,  WILLIAM,  Scottish  Horse 

CAW,   JAMES,   4th  Royal  Scots 

CLARK,  ALEXANDER,  l/6th  Black  Watch 

DEWAR,  JOHN,  l/6th  Black  Watch 

DOIG,  DAVID  JOHN,  79th  Cameron  Highlanders 
(Canada) 

DOIG,  JAMES,  107th  Battalion  Canadians 

DONALDSON,  JOSEPH,  2nd  Seaforth  Highlanders 

DONALDSON,  WILLIAM,  Royal  Field  Artillery 

DOW,  JAMES,  l/6th  Black  Watch. 

DRUMMOND,  JAMES,  2nd  Royal  Scots 

DRUMMOND,  MALCOLM,  2nd  London  Scottish 

EADIE,  ALEXANDER,  11th  Black  Watch 

EADIE,  CHARLES  H.,  11th  Royal  Scots 


"  Their  name  liveth  for  evermore 


EADIE,  JOHN,  6th  Black  Watch 

GARDINER,  JAMES,  l/6th  Black  Watch 

GIBBON,  ALLAN,  l/6th  Black  Watch 

GIBSON,  JAMES,  31st  Battery,  35th  Brigade,  R.F.A. 

GORDON,  GEORGE  ANDREW,  2/4th  K.O.S.B. 

GR^ME,  LAWRENCE   OLIPHANT,  C.M.G., 
King's  Own  Cameron  Highlanders 

HALDANE,  ROBERT  PATRICK,  l/6th  Black  Watch 

HALLY,   JOHN,    l/6th  Black  Watch 

HAXTON,   JOHN,   A.S.C. 

HEPBURN,   WILLIAM,  1 /7th  Black  Watch 

HERD,    DAVID,  11th  Black  Watch 

HUTCHISON,   ANDREW,  l/6th  Black  Watch 

HUTCHISON,  DAVID  ALEX.,  l/6th  Black  Watch 

INNES,  ALEXANDER,  10th  Machine  Gun  Corps 

JAMIESON,   JOHN,  I/6th  Black  Watch 

KAY,   JOHN,   8th  A.  &  S.  Highlanders 

KAYE,   JOHN    BROWN,  l/6th  Black  Watch 

LAING,    GEORGE,  8th  Black  Watch 

LEONARD,  HARRY,  Scottish  Battalion,  King's 
Liverpool  Regiment 

MAILER,  ROBERT,  1st  Highland  Light  Infantry 

MAILER,    WILLIAM,  29th  Battery,  R.F.A. 


"  Their  name  liveth  for  evermore  " 


MANNING,  MICHAEL,  l/6th  Black  Watch 

MASON,  WILLIAM,  l/6th  Biack  Watch 

MAXTONE,  JAMES,  2nd  Gordon  Highlanders 

MENZIES,  ALEXANDER,  l/6th  Black  Watch 

M'CULLOCH,  ISAAC,  8th  King's  Own  Yorkshire 
Light  Infantry 

M'GLASHAN,  JOHN,  1 /6th  Black  Watch 

M'INTOSH,  ALEXANDER,  l/6th  Black  Watch 

M'INTYRE,  COLIN,  6/7th  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers 

M'INTYRE,  JAMES,  l/6th  Black  Watch 

M'INTYRE,  WILLIAM  D.,  15th  Royal  Scots 

M'KAY,  ALEXANDER,  8th  Gordon  Highlanders 

M'KENZIE,  CHARLES,  I/6th  Black  Watch 

M'LAREN,  JOHN,  12th  Royal  Scots 

M'LAREN,  JOHN  S.,  6th  Black  Watch 

M'LAREN,  PETER,  12th  Field  Coy.  Royal  Engineers 

MOORE,  JOSEPH,  8th  Cameron  Highlanders 

NEWLANDS,  PETER,  13th  Elgin  Light  Infantry 
(Canada) 

NICOL,  ROBERT,  l/6th  Black  Watch 

NICOL,  WILLIAM,  1st  A.M.,  R.A.F. 

PORTER,  ROBERT,  4/5th  Black  Watch 

RAMSAY,   DAVID  B1SSET,  Royal  Naval  Reserve 


"  Their  name  liveth  for  evermore  " 


R1DD0CH,  ROBERT,  l/6th  Black  Watch 

ROSS,  THOMAS  R  ,  l/6th  Black  Watch 

SALMOND,  GEORGE,  7th  Seaforth  Highlanders 

SALMOND,  WILLIAM  M'INTOSH,  76th  Coy. 
Canadian  Forestry  Corps 

SCOTT,  JAMES,  1st  Seaforth  Highlanders 

SHARP,  DUNCAN,  11th  Batt.,  1st  Australian  Division 

SHARP,  GEORGE,  16th  Batt.  Infantry  Brigade,  A.I. F. 

SINCLAIR,  EBENEZER  IMR1E,  l/6th  Black  Watch 

SINCLAIR,  HOPE,  15th  Highland  Light  Infantry 

SOMERVILLE,  JOHN,  8th  Black  Watch 

STEELE,  JOHN  T.,  A.  &  S.  H.  (Canadians) 

STEWART,  HUGH  JOHN,  2nd  Australia  Light  Horse 

STEWART,  MALCOLM,  l/6th  Black  Watch 

WALKER,  HENRY,  l/6th  Black  Watch 

WALKER,   JOHN,    Buckinghamshire  Hussars 

WATSON,  WILLIAM,  l/6th  Black  Watch 

WATTERS,   DUNCAN,  l/6th  Black  Watch,  D.C.M. 

WILKIE,  THOMAS,  l/6th  Black  Watch 

WILSON,  JOHN,  l/6th  Black  Watch 

WYLIE,  ANDREW,  12th  Royal  Scots 

WYLIE,  JAMES,  3rd  Australian  Imperial  Forces 

YOUNG,  JAMES  ROBERTSON,  2nd  Black  Watch 


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AFFLECK,   JOHN 

72  Feus.  Private  A.  S.C.  Enlisted  1 4th  December 
1914.     Home  Service  1914-19. 

AITKEN,    GEORGE 

Aberuthven.  Sapper,  Royal  Engineers.  Enlisted 
21st    June    1916.  Home    Service — Cromarty. 

Served  France. 

ALEXANDER,    ADAM    WILL 

Cloan.  Private,  2nd  Gordon  Highlanders.  Enlisted 
22nd  January  1915.  Home  Service — 2  years  nine 
months  East  Coast  of  Scotland.     Served  Italy. 

ALEXANDER,    JAMES 

Cloan.  Private,  7th  Cameron  Highlanders.  Enlisted 
October  1915.  Home  Service — Richmond.  Served 
France  —  Gassed.  Died  at  Stobhill,  Glasgow, 
14th  September  1916. 

ALLAN,    ANDREW 

101    High    Street.  Private    4/5    Black    Watch. 

Enlisted  5th  May  1916.  Home  Service — Dunferm- 
line, Nigg.  Served  France — Somme,  Flanders, 
Arras,   Soissons,   Loos  sector. 


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ANDERSON,  ARTHUR  JAMES 

Queen's  Hotel.  Captain,  Inland  Waterways  Trans- 
port, R.E.  Enlisted  November  1916.  Mentioned 
in  Dispatches  by  late  Sir  Stanley  Maude. 


ANDERSON,  JOHN 

Queen's  Hotel.      Captain,  Royal  Engineers,  Inland 
Water  Transport.     Mesopotamia. 


ANDERSON,  CHARLES  W. 

Castle  Garrick.     Private,  A.S.C.     Enlisted  October 
1914.      Home  Service.     Served  France. 


ANTON,   PETER 

96  High  Street.  Private,  1st  Scottish  Horse. 
Enlisted  15th  April  1914.  Mobilised  4th  August 
1914.      Home  Service  1914-15. 


ANTON,  WILLIAM 

96  High  Street.  Sergeant,  6th  Black  W7atch. 
Enlisted  9th  March  1912.  Mobilised  4th  August 
1914.  Home  Service — 1914-15.  Served  France 
—1915-18. 


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ARCHIBALD,   DONALD 

Aberuthven.  Private,  11th  A.  &  S.  Highlanders. 
Enlisted  17th  September  1914.  Home  Service. 
Served  France — Fought  Loos  1915,  Arras  1917  ; 
Killed  there,  20th  April  1917.        Buried  at  Fauchy. 


ARCHIBALD,  JAMES 

Aberuthven.  Private,    1/6    Royal    Highlanders. 

Enlisted  28th  June  1915.     Home  Service.     Served 
France.     Killed — Somme,  30th  July  1916. 


ARNOTT,  CECIL 

Kingsburgh  Place.  Private,  7th  Black  Watch. 
Military  Medal.  Enlisted  May  1916.  Home 
Service— 1916-17.      Served  France— 1917-18. 


ARNOTT,  GEORGE 

23  Feus.  Signaller,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
5th  August  1914.  Home  Service — Queensferry, 
Dundee,  Ripon.  Served  France — Prisoner  of  War 
21st  March  1918. 


ARNOTT,  MATTHEW 

Kingsburgh    Place.         Private,    Royal    Air    Force. 
Served    1916-19. 


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ARNOTT,   RICHARD 

Kingsburgh  Place.  Private,  15th  London  and 
Machine  Gun  Corps.  Enlisted  8th  December  1915. 
Home  Service.     Served  France — 1917-19. 


ARNOTT,  ROBERT 

Kingsburgh    Place.       Private,    6th    Black    Watch. 
Enlisted  9th  September  1914.       Home   Service — 
1914-1916.     Served  France— 1916-17.     Wounded. 


BARCLAY,  JAMES 

High    Street.       Private,  M.T.,    A.S.C.       Enlisted 

17th    November    1914  Home  Service— 1914-16. 

Served    France — Supply  Column  ;    transferred    to 
Infantry  1917-18. 


BAYNE,  ALEXANDER 

Fenton  House.  Lance- Corporal  1/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  August  1914.  Home  Service.  Served 
France.  Died  from  wounds  received  at  Battle  of 
High  Wood,  Somme,  France,  30th  July  1916. 

BEATON,   NORMAN 

31  High  Street.  Piper,  6th  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
12th  October  1914.  Home  Service — 3  years  six 
months.     Served  France — six  months. 


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BELL,    JOHN 

13  New  Street.  Private,  1st  Scottish  Horse. 
Enlisted  5th  August  1914.  Home  Service — 1 
year  in  England.  Served  Gallipoli  (Suvla  Bay), 
Egypt,  and  Palestine. 


BENNET,    PETER 

Newton  Feus.  Private,  Machine  Gun  Corps.  En- 
listed 4th  November  1914.  Home  Service — 3  years. 
Served  France — 14  months.     Wounded  3  times. 


BROWN,    DAVID 

Caledonian  Road,  Perth.  Bombardier,  R.F.A. 
Enlisted  1st  September  1914.  Home  Service — 
Aldershot,  Woolwich,  Newcastle  1914-16.  Served 
France — Loos,  Somme,  Ypres,  Arras,  Amiens. 


BROWN,    GEORGE 

29   Townhead.      Private,  Labour  Defence   Corps. 

Enlisted  28th  September  1914.     Home  Service — 
1914-19. 


BROWN,    JAMES 

23   Feus.      Private,    Royal   Scots.      Enlisted   May 
1916.     Home  Service.     Served  France — 3  years. 


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BROWN,    JOHN 

23  Feus.  2nd-class  Air  Mechanic,  R.A.F.  Enlisted 
January  1916.  Home  Service — 1  year.  Served 
India— 1917-18. 


BROWN,    JOHN 

Stewart  Place,  Perth.  Private,  1st  Battalion  Gordon 
Highlanders.  Enlisted  1st  February  1915.  Home 
Service — In  Scots  Greys  at  Edinburgh,  Dunbar, 
York,  where  transferred  to  Gordon  Highlanders. 
Served  France — July  1915.  Wounded  January 
1916.  Transferred  to  2nd  Gordon  Highlanders 
June  1916.     Killed — Somme,  6th  September  1916. 


BROWN,    WILLIAM 

Caledonian  Road,  Perth.  Sergeant,  1/6  Black 
Watch.  Enlisted  16th  August  1914.  Home 
Service — Queensferry,  Dundee,  Bedford.  Served 
France — Somme,  Arras,  Ypres,  Cambrai,  Rheims. 


BUCHAN,    JAMES 

Douglaslea.  Private,  6/7  Royal  Scots  Fusiliers. 
Military  Medal.  Enlisted  4th  September  1915. 
Home  Service— 1915-16.  Served  France— 1916-18. 
Prisoner  of  War  21st  March-28th  November  1918. 


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CABLE,    DOUGLAS 

Milton.  Captain,  6th  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
September  1914.  Home  Service — September  1914- 
March  1915.  Served  France— March  1915-March 
1919.     Awarded  Military  Cross. 


CABLE,    JOHN    BEVERLEY 

Milton.  2nd  Lieutenant,  7th  Black  Watch.  En- 
listed August  1914.  Home  Service — August  1914- 
May  1915.  Served  France— May  1915-March 
1919.  Awarded  Military  Cross  ;  Croix  de  Guerre 
(with  Palm). 


CABLE,    WILLIAM    BRUCE 

Milton.  Gunner,  52nd  Lowland  Brigade,  R.F.A. 
Enlisted  September  1915.  Home  Service — Sept. 
1915-16.     Served  Egypt— 1916-March  1919. 


CAIRNS,    HENRY 

146  High  Street.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  1912  ;  Mobilised  4th  August  1914.  Home 
Service — Auchterarder,  Tayport.  Served  France — 
From  May  1915.     Killed  at  Albert,  August  1915. 


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CAIRNS,    JOHN 

Glenwood.  Private.  6th  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
4th  August  1914.  Home  Service — Oueensferry, 
Dundee,  and  Bedford.  Served  France  1st  May 
191o-31st  July  1916  ;  Wounded,  Somme,  31st  July 
1916  ;  O.C.B.  Cambridge  7th  September  191730th 
January  1918  ;  2nd  Lieutenant,  4th  Royal  Scots, 
28th  February  1918  ;  Returned  to  France  with  1/7 
Royal  Scots  30th  September  1918  ;  Entered  Mons 
11th  November,  1918. 

CAIRNS,    WILLIAM    K. 

146  High  Street.  C.S.M.,  1/6  Black  Watch.  En- 
listed 1914.  Home  Service — Auchterarder,  Dundee, 
Tayport.  Served  France — May  1915-July  1916. 
Killed— High  Wood,  Somme,  July  1916. 

CAIRNS,    WILLIAM 

Aberuthven.  Private,  6th  Black  Watch.  Enlisted  4th 
Aug.  1914.  Home  Service — Bedford  and  Newcastle 
1914-15.  Served— Gallipoli  1915  ;  France  1916-18. 
Missing  10th  April  1918  ;  Presumed  Killed. 

CAIRNS,    WILLIAM    KIRKWOOD 

Thornton  House.  Sergeant,  1/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  January  1905  ;  Mobilised  4th  August  1914. 
Home  Service — 4th  August  1914-April  1915. 
Served  France— April  1915-March  1919. 


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CALLUM,    JAMES 

10  Ruth ven vale  Terrace.  Corporal,  4/5  Black 
Watch.  Enlished  5th  June  1916.  Home  Service — 
Ripon.  Served  France — January  19l7-March  1919  ; 
Somme,  Arras,  Ypres,  Cambrai  fronts. 

CALLUM,    THOMAS 

Ruth  ven  Street.  Corporal,  1/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  30th  January  1914  ;  Mobilised  4th  August 
1914.  Home  Service — Oueensferry,  Dundee,  and 
Ripon.     Served  France.    Wounded  26th  Oct.  1918. 

CALLUM,    THOMAS 

Slatehall.  Gunner,  28th  Battery,  R.F.A.  Enlisted 
4th  August  1914.  Home  Service — Ireland  9  months. 
Served  France.  Wounded.  Transferred  to  Air 
Craft.     Sent  to  France,  where  he  was  till  end  of  War. 

CALLUM,    THOMAS 

205  High  Street.  Private,  1st  Scottish  Horse. 
Enlisted  8th  August  1914.  Home  Service — 4 
years.     Served  Gallipoli — 6  months. 

CAMERON,    DONALD 

Aberuthven.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
16th  August  1914.  Home  Service — Bridge  of  Earn 
and  Norwich  1914-16,  1917-19.  Served  France— 
1916-17.     Wounded  1917  at  Vimy  Ridge. 


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CAMERON,    JOHN 

Aberuthven.  Private,  Black  Watch  ;  Transferred 
Royal  Engineers,  Sapper.  Enlisted  5th  June  1915. 
Home  Service — June  1915-July  1916.  Served 
France — Sept.  1915-16  ;  Wounded  and  Gassed  at 
Loos.   Mesopotamia  from  1916;  Wounded  at  Bagdad. 

CAMERON,    ROBERT 

The  Gardens,  Auchterarder  House.  Private,  M.T., 
A.S.C.  Enlisted  March  1915.  Home  Service. 
Served  Egypt  1915;  Salonica  from  1915-19. 

CAMERON,    WILLIAM 

The  Gardens,  Auchterarder  House.  Driver,  British 
Red  Cross  Unit.  Enlisted  May  1917.  Home 
Service.     Served  France — 1917-March  1919. 

CAMPBELL,    ALEXANDER 

Isdale  Park.  Private,  9th  Australian  Infantry. 
Mentioned  in  General  Sir  Ian  Hamilton's  Despatch 
26th  August  1915.  Enlisted  31st  August  1914. 
Served — Egypt,  Gallipoli,  France.  Wounded 
Pozieres.     Discharged  March  1917. 

CAMPBELL,    JOHN    FORBES 

School-house,  Aberuthven.  Private,  1st  Black 
Watch.  Enlisted  1st  March  1917.  Home  Service- 
March  1917-August  1918,  Alford,  Skegness,  St. 
Andrews,  Curragh.  Served  France— August  1918- 
19  ;  Second  Battle  of  Somme,  and  final  offensive. 


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CAMPBELL,    JOHN    ISDALE 

Isdale  Park.  2nd  Lieutenant,  Royal  Engineers. 
Enlisted  25th  September  1914.  Home  Service — 
Bedford  1914-15.     Served  France— 1915-19. 

CARLE,    DONALD 

Ruthven  Tower  Cottages.  Private,  Scottish  Horse. 
Enlisted  1st  March  1917.  Home  Service — St. 
Andrews.  Served  France — 1918.  Wounded. 
Demobilised  March   1919. 

CARLE,    JAMES 

Ruthven  Tower  Cottages.  Seaman.  Enlisted  17th 
May  1916.     Service— 1916-19. 


CARR,    JACK 

Ruthven  Bank  House.  Private,  7th  Gordon  High- 
landers. Enlisted  2lst  December  1917.  Home 
Service — Aberdeen,  Tillicoultry,  Thetford.  Served 
France — Arras. 


CARR,    JOHN 

Ruthven    Bank  House.       Private,     A.S.C.    (14th 

Division    Train).  Enlisted    17th    October    1915. 

Home    Service  Served    France — October    1915- 
March    1919. 


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CARR,    ROBERT 

44  Feus.  Private,  6th  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
15th  February  1911  ;  Mobilised  4th  August  1914. 
Home  Service.      Discharged  December  1914. 

CAW,    JAMES 

Private,  4th  Royal  Scots.  Enlisted  March  1917. 
Home  Service — Ripon.  Served  France — June- 
September  1917.  Died  of  wounds  in  5th  Casualty 
Clearing  Station,  France,  6th  September  1917. 

CHALMERS,  WILLIAM 

79  Feus.  Private  1st  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
15th  April  1916.  Home  Service.  Served  France 
—1916-19. 

CHILLES,  STEPHEN  R. 

27  Ruthvenvale  Terrace.  Private  (51st  Division) 
M.T.,  A.S.C.  Enlisted  2nd  Sept.  1914.  Home 
Service — Sept.  1914- April  1915.  Served— France, 
April  1915-March  1919. 

CHILLES,    THOMAS 

27  Ruthenvale  Terrace.  Private,  55th  Field 
Ambulance,    R.A.M.C.       Enlisted    3rd    September 

1914.  Home    Service — September    1914-January 

1915.  Served  France — January  1915-January  1919. 


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CHRISTIE,  THOMAS 

40  Feus.  Private,  A.S.C.  (4th  R.S.D.)  Enlisted 
18th  Oct.  1915.  Home  Service— October  1915- 
Dec   1915.     Served— December  1915-19. 


CLARK,    ALEXANDER 

76  Feus.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
November  1915.  Home  Service — 6  months. 
Served  France — From  May  1916  to  November 
1916.      Killed— Battle  of  Ancre,   13th  Nov.   1916. 


CLARK,  JAMES 

76  Feus.  Lance-Corporal  4/5  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  31st  January  1916.  Home  Service — 
Jan.  1916-July  1916.  Served  France— July  1916- 
March  1919. 


CLARK,    PETER    SUTHERLAND 

7     New    Street.       Trooper,     1st    Scottish    Horse. 
Enlisted  18th  December  1913.       Home  Service. 


COUPER,   JOHN 

Ochil  View.  Gunner,  110th  Siege  Battery  R  G.A. 
Enlisted  15th  October  1917.  Home  Service — 15th 
October  19l7-5th  April  1918,  and  from  5th  May 
1918  to  24th  January  1919.  Served  France— 5th 
April  to  15th  May  1919. 


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CRONIE,    HENRY 

High  Street.  Driver,  133  Heavy  Battery,  Royal 
Garrison  Artillery.  Enlisted  9th  November  1917. 
Home  Service.      Served  France. 

CULLENS,  THOMAS 

211  High  Street  Private  2nd  Argyll  and  Suther- 
land Highlanders.  Enlisted  28th  December  1917. 
Home  Service — 9  months.     Served  France. 

DAVIDSON,    JOHN    G. 

Abbotsfield.  Private,  7th  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
29th  May  1916.  Home  Service — 1  year.  Served 
France — 1  year  7  months. 

DAVIE,    ALEXANDER 

Deansland.  Lieutenant,  4th  Gordon  Highlanders. 
Enlisted  20th  November  1915.  Home  Service — 
10th  Royal  Scots,  February  1916-April  1917  ; 
O.T.C.,  April  1917-July  1917  ;  4th  Gordons, 
August  1917- April  1918.  Served  France— April 
1918-March   1919. 

DAVIE,  JAMES  ALEXANDER 

88  High  Street.  Private  29th  Seaforth  High- 
landers (Vancouver,  Canada  )  Enlisted  Oct.  1914. 
Home  Service.     Served  France  for  4  years. 


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DAVIE,    WILLIAM 

88  High  Street.  Private,  29th  Seaforth  High- 
landers (Vancouver,  Canada).  Enlisted  October 
1914.  Home  Service.  Served  France — 9  months. 
Twice  Wounded. 

DEUCHARS,    JOHN 

25  Ruthvenvale  Terrace.  Private,  M.T.,  A.S.C., 
Enlisted  13th  February,  1918.  Home  Service — 
Instructor,  Grove  Park,  London. 

DEWAR,    A. 

195  High  Street.  2nd  A.M.,  Royal  Air  Force. 
Enlisted  21st  June  1917.  Home  Service.  Served 
France. 

DEWAR,    DAVID    CRAIG 

45  High  Street.  Telegraphist,  R.N.V.R.  Enlisted 
8th  April  1918.  Home  Service— Stornoway,  April- 
September  1918  ;  H.M.W.T.  Station,  Seaview, 
Malin  Head,  Co.   Donegal. 

DEWAR,    JOHN 

49     High     Street.        Private,     1/6  Black    Watch. 

Enlisted    March    1912;    Mobilised  1914.     Served 

France.  Died  at  42nd  General  Hospital,  2nd 
April  1917. 


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DEWAR,    JOHN 

21  Townhead.  Corporal,  Red  Cross  and  A.S.C. 
Enlisted  October  1914.  Home  Service.  Served — 
Egypt  20  months  ;    France. 


DEWAR,    JOHN 

The  Institute.  Corporal,  Army  Pay  Corps. 
Enlisted  29th  Nov.  1915  ;  Mobilised  12th  Feby. 
1917.     Home  Service.     Served  France — 2  years. 


DEWAR,    MURRAY 

25  Townhead.  Private,  1/6  Gordon  Highlanders. 
Enlisted  8th  February  1918.  Home  Service  -  8th 
February  19l8-8th  July  1918.  Served  France— 
From  31st  July  1918.     Army  of  Occupation. 


DEWAR,    ROBERT 

21  Townhead.   Private,  Field  Ambulance,  R.A.M.C. 
Enlisted  December  1914.       Home  Service. 


DEWAR,    WILLIAM 

195  High  Street.  Private,  4/5  Black  Watch 
(Reserve).  Enlisted  8th  February  1916.  Home 
Service.     Served  France. 


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DOIG,    DAVID    JOHN 

49  Feus.  Corporal,  79th  Cameron  Highlanders 
(Canada).  Enlisted  19th  March  1915.  Home 
Service — Canada,  also  at  Shorncliffe,  England. 
Served  France — From  February  1916.  Killed — 
17th  March  1916  ;  Buried  in  Eecke  Cemetery. 

DOIG,    JAMES 

49  Feus.  Private,  107th  Battalion,  Canadians. 
Enlisted  15th  April  1916.  Home  Service — Canada  ; 
also  at  Shorncliffe,  England.  Served  France — From 
June  1917.  Killed— 25th  October  1917  ;  Buried 
at  Polizze. 


DOIG,    THOMAS 

49  Feus.  Corporal,  79th  Cameron  Highlanders 
(Canada).  Enlisted  23rd  September  1914.  Home 
Service — Canada.  Served  France — From  June 
1915  :  in  Battle  of  Ypres,  Vimy  Ridge,  Somme. 
Entered  Cologne  with  the  Army  of  Occupation. 
Demobilised  August  1919. 


DONALDSON,    JAMES 

196  High  Street.  Private,  9th  Royal  Scots. 
Enlisted  3rd  June  1917.  Home  Service — June 
1917- November  1917.  Served— November  1917- 
January  1919. 


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DONALDSON,    JOE 

196  High  Street.  Private,  Seaforth  Highlanders. 
Enlisted  May  1916.  Home  Service — 6  months 
Served  France— 2  years.      Killed— 26th  Oct.  1918. 


DONALDSON,    WILLIAM 

196  High  Street.  Bombardier,  Royal  Field 
Artillery.  Enlisted  16th  August  1914.  Home 
Service — 1  year  in  England.  Served  France. 
Killed — 31st  May  1918  ;  Buried  at  Fouquieres  les 
Bethune. 


DOUGALL,  ALEXANDER 

54  Feus.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
4th  February  1914;  Mobilised  4th  August  1914. 
Home  Service — Queensferry,  Hawick,  North 
Oueensferry,  and  Bedford.  Served  France — 2nd 
May  1915-oth  November  1916.  Wounded  30th 
July  1916  ;  Hospital  France  and  Home.  Dis- 
charged 13th  December  1917. 


DOUGALL,    JAMES    W.    C. 

Beneira.  Bombardier,  122nd  Siege  Battery,  R.G.A. 
Enlisted  4th  June  1917.  Home  Service — Plymouth, 
Bexhill,  Shoreham.  Served  France — In  British 
offensives  Arras  to  Mons,  March  1918-March  1919. 


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DOW,    ALEXANDER 

Birchwood.  Corporal,  6th  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
22nd  February  1910;  Mobilised  4th  August  1914. 
Home  Service — 3  years.  Served  France — 1st  May 
19!5-I3th  November  1916. 

DOW,    DANIEL 

Cloan  View.  Sergeant,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Mobil- 
ised 4th  August  1914.  Home  Service — Queens- 
ferry,  Dundee,  and  Bedford.  Served  France — 
From  May  1915.     Wounded  27th  October  1918. 

DOW,    JAMES 

Gowanbrae.  Air  Mechanic,  3rd-class,  R.A.F. 
Enlisted  29th  July,  1918.  Home  Service— 
Leuchars. 

DOW,    JAMES 

Cloan  View.  Corporal,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
Aug.  19 i.4.  Home  Service — Queensferry,  Dundee, 
and  Bedford.  Served  France — From  May  19 1 5. 
Wounded  6th  June  1916.  Sent  Egypt.  Killed — 
Beersheba,  Palestine,  6th  November,  1917. 

DOW,    JOHN    N. 

Cloan  View.  S.B.R.  on  H.M.  Hospital  Ship  St. 
Margaret  of  Scotland.  Enlisted  3rd  February 
1916.     Served  Malta— From  March  1916. 


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DRUMMOND,    ALEXANDER 

Broomknowe,  Ruthven  Street.  Bombardier,  R.G.A. 
Enlisted  15th  October,  1917.  Home  Service — Anti- 
Aircraft  Section,  Snodland,  Kent. 

DRUMMOND,    ARCHIBALD 

1  Garth  Terrace.  Private,  2nd  Seaforth  High- 
landers (also  Black  Watch).  Enlisted  8th  February 
1916.      Home  Service. 


DRUMMOND,    JAMES 

Broomknowe,  Ruthven  Street.  Private,  2nd  Royal 
Scots.  Enlisted  29th  February  1916.  Served 
France — Taken  Prisoner  13th  November  1916. 
Died  Prisoner  of  War  21st  February  19 1 7  ;  Buried 
in  Military  Cemetery,  Vendhuille,  France. 

DRUMMOND,   JAMES 

Roselea,  Ruthven  Street.  A.C.  1,  73rd  Wing, 
R.A.F.  Enlisted  10th  October,  1917.  Home 
Service — R.A.F.  Station,  Great  Yarmouth. 

DRUMMOND,    JAMES 

Hillcrest,  New  Street.  Sapper,  R.E.  (Inland  Water- 
ways and  Docks).  Enlisted  10th  May  1918.  Home 
Service — England  7  months. 


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DRUMMOND,    MALCOLM 

Bury  St.  Edmunds,  Suffolk.  Private,  2nd  London 
Scottish  (Machine  Gunner).  Enlisted  March  1915. 
Home  Service — Various  Centres.  Served  France. 
Died  of  Wounds,  Aubigney,  France,  10th  Aug.  1916. 

DRYSDALE,    PETER 

189  High  Street.  Private,  4th  Black  Watch 
(Reserve).  Enlisted  30th  September  1918.  Home 
Service — Edinburgh  Castle  and  Fort  George. 

DUFF,    DAVID 

Rowanbank.  Private,  Black  Watch  (3/6,  1/6,  9th, 
and  4/5).  Enlisted  March  1916.  Home  Service — 
Falkirk  and  Ripon  with  3/6  Black  Watch.  Served 
France— With  6th  Black  Watch  from  July  1916. 

DUFF,    JAMES 

Rowanbank.  Private,  8th  Black  Watch.  Enlisted  7th 
September  1914.  Home  Service — Till  September 
1916  ;  3/6  Black  Watch.  Served  France— With  8th 
Black  Watch  from  September  1916.  Army  of 
Occupation,  Solingen,  Germany. 

DUFF,    ROBERT    EDWARD 

Rowanbank.  Private,  8th  Black  Watch  (9th 
Battalion  M.G.C.),  Signaller.  Enlisted  March  1916. 
Home  Service  —  Nigg  with  3rd  Black  Watch. 
Served  France — from  July  1916  with  8th  Black 
Watch  ;  2  years  4  months.  Army  of  Occupation, 
Solingen,  Germany. 


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DUNCAN,    JOHN 

Waulkmill,   Kinkell.     Drummer,  6th   Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  12th   March   1912  ;   Mobilised  4th  August 

1914.  Home  Service -4th  August  1914-30th  April 

1915.  Served  France— May  1915-24th  July  1916. 
Wounded.      Discharged  11th  September  1918. 


DUNCAN,    JOHN 


41  High  Street.  Driver,  M.T.,  A.S.C.  Enlisted 
4th  October  1917.  Home  Service  —  London. 
Served    Italy. 


DUNN,    JAMES 


53  Townhead.    Private,  1/6  Black  Watch.    Enlisted 
4th  August  1914.     Home  Service.     Served  France. 


DUNN,    WILLIAM 

Templeton  House.  Private,  6th  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  5th  March  1913.  Mobilised  4th  August 
1914.  Home  Service — Till  April  1915  on  the 
Forth  and  at  Dundee.  Served  France — From 
May  1915  with  6th  Black  WTatch  ;  Transferred 
to  M.G.  Corps  ;  Served  with  4th  Battalion  October 
1917-March    1919. 


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EADIE,    ALEXANDER 

Ferniecroft  Cottage  Private,  11th  Battalion  Black 
Watch.  Enlisted  27th  September  1914.  Home 
Service — Nigg,  September  1914- June  1915.  Served 
France — June  1915.  Killed  in  action  at  Loos,  25th 
September  1915,  while  with  9th  Black  Watch. 


EADIE,    CHARLES    H. 

Ferniecroft  Cottage.  Corporal,  11th  Battalion  Royal 
Scots.  Enlisted  November  1915.  Home  Service — 
November  1915-April  1916.  Served  France — From 
April  1916.  Wounded  November  1916.  Returned 
to  France  August  1917.     Killed— 21st  June  1918. 


EADIE,    JOHN 

Townhead.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
September  1907;  Mobilised  4th  August  1914. 
Home  Service — August  1914-May  1915  ;  Dundee, 
Wormit,  Queensferry,  and  Bedford.  Served  France. 
Died  of  Wounds  at  Rouen,  28th  October,  1915. 


EADIE,    JOSIAH    H. 

Ferniecroft  Cottage.  Private,  2nd  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  April  1917.  Home  Service— April  1917- 
July  1917.  Served  Mesopotamia  from  July  1917  ; 
Palestine  from  May  1918. 


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EADIE,    PETER 

Ferniecroft  Cottage.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  June  1916.  Home  Service — June  1916- 
November  1916  Served  France — From  November 
1916.    Twice  Wounded,  Aug.  1917  and  March  1918. 

EASON,  JACK    R. 

Fairfield,  New  Street.  Scoutmaster,  Admiralty 
Coast  Watching  Service  (Coast  Guard  and  Reserves). 
Enlisted  28th  March  1915.  Home  Service — I/C 
Ross-shire  Sea  Scouts'  Coast  Watching  Stations. 

EDWARDS,    GEORGE 

Gunner,  R.F.A.  Enlisted  13th  September  1915. 
Served — Egypt  and  Palestine,  as  Gunner  and 
Signaller,  with  264th  Brigade,  52nd  Division. 
Demobilised  29th  July  1919. 

FERGUSON,    GEORGE 

23  Ruthven  Street.  1st  A.M.,  R.A.F.  Enlisted 
10th  January  1917.  Home  Service — Farnborough, 
London,  Shipley,  and  Sheffield. 

FERGUSON,    WILLIAM 

Forest  Cottage.  Private,  7th  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  13th  November  1916  Home  Service — 
Nigg,  9  months.  Served  Egypt  and  Palestine  till 
May  1918  ;  France,  Vimy  Ridge  and  second  Battle 
of  Somme,  Final  Offensive. 


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FINLAY,    JAMES 

11  Feus.  Private,  4th  Gordon  Highlanders. 
Enlisted  10th  October  1917.  Home  Service — 
Tillicoultry, October  1917-February  1918;  Colchester, 
24th  February-April  1918.  Served  France — 1st 
April  1918-February  1919. 

FISH,    THOMAS 

Aberuthven.  Private,  10th  Argyll  and  Sutherland 
Highlanders.  Enlisted  8th  August  1914.  Home 
Service — August  1914-May  1915.  Served  France 
—May  1915-18  ;  Loos,  Wounded  25th  September 
1915  ;  Somme,  Bethune,  Nieuport.  Wounded 
Polygon  Wood  and  Mondidier  Wood. 

FLETCHER,    JOHN    EDWARD 

North  Strathy.  Private,  Scottish  Horse.  Enlisted 
15th  October  1915.  Home  Service — 1915-17. 
Served  France — Bapaume,  Bullecourt,  Cambrai, 
Somme  1917-18.  Wounded  October  1918. 
Awarded  M.M. 

FLETCHER,    PETER    HERBERT 

North  Strathy.  Lieutenant,  2/2  Royal  Scots. 
Enlisted  7th  September  1914.  Home  Service — 
Scottish  Horse  :  Dunkeld,  Mabelthorpe,  Alford, 
Skegness,  Sutton-on-Sea,  St.  Andrews.  3rd  Royal 
Scots  :  Mullingar.  Served  France  —  With  2nd 
Royal  Scots.  Invalided  Home.  Discharged  24th 
January    1919. 


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GALLETLY,    CHRISTOPHER    NISBET 

Rock  House.  Corporal,  Royal  Engineers  Signal 
Service.  Enlisted  1st  December,  19 15.  Home 
Service  —  1st  December  19l5-4th  May  1916  ; 
29th  December  19l7-21st  March  1918.  Served 
Mesopotamia— 5th  May  I916-28th  December  19 17. 

GARDINER,    JAMES 

Parkhead.  Corporal,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
8th  August  1914.  Home  Service — August  1914- 
May  1915.  Served  France  and  Belgium — May 
1915-September  1917.  Died  of  Wounds  11th 
September  1917  ;  Interred  at  Gwallia  British 
Cemetery,    Elverdinghi,    Belgium. 


GARRIE,    JOHN    A. 

St.  Kessogs.  Corporal,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
1st  March  19 17.  Home  Service — England,  with 
Scottish  Horse.  Served  France,  Belgium,  and 
Germany  with  Black  Watch. 

GIBBON,    ALLAN 

Cloan  Gardens.  Corporal,  1/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  4th  August,  1914.  Home  Service — Inver- 
keithing  and  Dundee,  Served  France — In  Machine 
Gun  Section  ;  Wounded  4th  December  1915. 
Returned  to  France  (Machine  Gun  Section)  May 
1916.  Died  from  Wounds  received  in  Battle  of  the 
Scarpe  14th  May  1917  ;  Buried  at  Fampoux. 
Twice  recommended  for  Decoration. 


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GIBSON,    JAMES 

Barnet  Place.  Gunner,  31st  Battery,  35th  Brigade, 
R.H.  and  R.F.A.  Enlisted  9th  January  1917. 
Home  Service — Glasgow,  and  Athlone,  Ireland. 
Served  France  and  Italian  Front.  Killed — 21st 
August  1918  on  the  Asiago  Plateau,  Italy. 

GIBSON,    JOSEPH    M. 

Barnet  Place.  Driver,  348  Coy.,  R.A.S.C.,  M.T. 
Enlisted  30th  November  1915.  Home  Service — 
Southern    area,    England. 

GIBSON,    ROBERT    M. 

Barnet  Place.  Gunner,  R.H.  and  R.F.A.  (D. 
Battery,  59th  Brigade).  Enlisted  22nd  May  1917. 
Home  Service — Redford  Barracks,  Edinburgh. 
Served  France — 16  months. 

GIBSON,   WILLIAM 

Barnet  Place.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
4th  August  1914.  Home  Service —  4  months. 
Discharged  as  unfit  28th  November  1914. 

GORDON,  GEORGE  ANDREW 

Whitleybank,  Castle  Road.  Piper,  2/4  King's  Own 
Scottish  Borderers.  Enlisted  4th  January  1915. 
Home  Service — January  1915-March  1917.  Served 
France.  Transferred  to  10th  Argyll  and  Sutherland 
Highlanders.      Killed— 20th  October  1917. 


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GORDON,    WILLIAM    G. 

Ruthven  Street.  C.Q.M.S.,  6th  Black  Watch. 
Mobilised  4th  August  1914  ;  Re-enlisted  19th 
February  1917.  Home  Service — 2  years  2  months. 
Served  France — 1  year  4  months  with  323rd 
Company    Royal  Engineers. 

GRAEME,    LAWRENCE    OLIPHANT 

Aberuthven  Lodge.  Lieutenant-Colonel,  1st  Batt. 
Queen's  Own  Cameron  Highlanders.  Entered 
Army  June  1892.  Adjutant,  2nd  Camerons,  1897- 
1901  ;  Adjutant,  Scottish  Horse,  1903-07  ;  A.D.C. 
to  the  King  Emperor,  Indian  Durbar.  South 
African  Medal  (3  Clasps),  Durbar  Medal,  C.M.G. 
Served  France.  Killed  there  10th  March  1916. 
Buried  at  Noeux-les-Mines. 


GRAHAM,    JAMES 

24  Ruthvenvale  Terrace.  Private,  273  Company, 
R.A.S.C,  M.T.  (21st  Division).  Enlisted  8th 
November  1915.  Home  Service  —  Aldershot. 
Served  France  and  Belgium — December  1915. 

GRANT,    ANGUS 

Belvedere  Place.  Sapper,  Royal  Engineers,  Signal 
Section.  Enlisted  21st  August  1916.  Home 
Service — London  Air  Defences  and  Ireland. 


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GREESON,  CLARENCE  EDWARD 

The  Parsonage.  Surgeon- Lieutenant,  M.D.,  R.N. 
Entered  Royal  Navy  April  3rd  1914.  Served — (1) 
H.M.S.  Invincible  August  1914-May  1915,  Heligo- 
land Bight,  Falkland  Islands  ;  (2)  Monitor  No.  19 
May  1915-July  1918,  Galiipoli,  Salonika;  (3)  H.M.S. 
Roberts  1917-18  ;  (4)  1918,  Royal  Naval  Hospital, 
Great  Yarmouth. 


GUNN,  JAMES  TURNER 

Deansland.  Captain,  R.A.M.C.  Enlisted  22nd 
February  1915.  Home  Service  —  With  15th 
Royal  Scots  at  Troon.  Served  —  With  No.  7 
British  Field  Ambulance  (Lahore  Division)  24th 
April  1915-May  1917  ;  18th  Brigade,  R.F.A., 
27th  May  1915  -  8th  August  1916;  Wounded, 
Somme,  November  1916;  with  1/5  K.  O.  R.  L. 
Regiment  and  1/4  Royal  North  Lanes  (55th 
Division)  ;  51st  General  Hospital  21st  December 
1916-4th    December    1918. 


GUTHRIE,    PETER 

124  High  Street.  Private,  Highland  Light  Infantry 
(53rd  Y.S.).  Enlisted  23rd  September  1918. 
Home  Service. 


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HALDANE,    ROBERT    PATRICK 

Foswell.  Lieutenant,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
4th  August  1914.  Home  Service— Queensferry, 
Wormit,  Bedford.  Served  France— May- June 
1915.  Wounded  Festubert  ;  Died  13th  June  1915 
in  Field  Ambulance  at  Locon  ;  Buried  British 
Military  Cemetery,   Locon. 


HALDANE,  THOMAS  GRAEME   NELSON 

Foswell.  Lieutenant,  R.N.  Mobilised  with  Fleet 
1st  August  1914.  Served— With  H.M.S.  Doris  off 
Irish  Coast  from  August-November  1914  ;  Eastern 
Mediterranean — Syrian  Coast,  Suez  Canal,  and 
Gallipoli  ;  with  H.M.S.  Valiant  (5th  Battle 
Squadron)  at  the  Battle  of  Jutland  ;  Lieutenant, 
H.M.S.  Tiger  (1st  Battle  Cruiser  Squadron),  till 
March  1919. 


HALLY,    DAVID 

Ruthvenside.  1st  Air  Mechanic,  R.A.F.  Enlisted 
August  1918.   Home  Service — Halton  Camp,  Bucks. 

HALLY,    JOHN 

Ruthven  Tower.  Captain,  1/6  Black  WTatch. 
Enlisted  1909  ;  Mobilised  4th  August  1914.  Home 
Service.  Served  France — May  1915-July  1916. 
Killed  — High  Wood,  Somme,  30th  July  1916. 


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HALLY,    PETER 

215  High  Street.  Lance-Corporal,  1/6  Black 
Watch.  Enlisted  8th  August  1914.  Home  Service 
— On  the  Forth  and  Tay.  Served  France — 3  years 
and  8  months. 

HARLEY,    WILLIAM 

Damside.  Private,  Highland  Light  Infantry  (20th 
Battalion  No.  7  Dispersal  Unit).  Enlisted  3rd 
September  1918.  Home  Service — Barry  and 
Duddingston. 

HAUGHTON,    JOHN 

18  Ruth ven vale  Terrace  Lance-Corporal,  4/5 
Black  Watch.  Enlisted  14th  April  1914.  Home 
Service — April  1914-October  1917.  Served  France 
—October  1917-October  1918. 

HAXTON,    JOHN 

198  High  Street.  Private,  A.  S.  C.  Enlisted 
18th  February  1915.  Home  Service — London, 
Winchester,  and  Auchterarder.  Died  of  Influenza 
17th  February  1919. 

HAXTON,    WILLIAM 

10     Townhead.  Lance-Corporal,     52nd     Grad. 

Battalion  Gordon  Highlanders.  Enlisted  3rd  June 
1918.      Home  Service — Tillicoultry  and  Colchester. 


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HENRY,    JAMES 

31  High  Street.  Private,  3rd  Battalion,  Australian 
Imperial  Force.  Enlisted  24th  June  1.915.  Home 
Service.      Served  Gallipoli  and  France — 3ij  years. 

HEPBURN,    DICK 

"  Strathearn,"  4  Lake  Road,  Devonport,  Auckland, 
N.Z.  Private,  N.Z.  Machine  Gun  Corps.  Enlisted 
January  1915.  Home  Service.  Served — Gallipoli, 
August  1915-January  1916  ;  Egypt,  January  1916- 
March  1916  ;  France,  March  1916-July  1916. 
Wounded  Somme,      Discharged  February  1918. 

HEPBURN,    PETER 

High  Street.  2nd  Lieutenant,  Tank  Corps. 
Enlisted  23rd  July  1917.    Home  Service— July  1917. 

HEPBURN,    WILLIAM 

High  Street.  Private,  7th  Battalion  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  29th  June  1916.  Home  Service.  Served 
France — From  April  1917.  Wounded  November 
1917  at  Bourlon  Wood.  Died  in  Grange  Hospital, 
Southport,    18th   February  1918. 

HERD,    DAVID 

Broadfold  Farm.  Private,  11th  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  5th  June  1916.  Home  Service.  Served 
France — From  10th  December  1916.  Transferred 
to  Royal  Scots.     Killed— 23rd  March  1918. 


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HOEY,    WILLIAM 

Townhead.    Private,  Gordon  Highlanders.    Enlisted 
29th  April  1917.       Home  Service. 


HONEYMAN,    ANDREW 

4  Hunter  Street.  Private,  A.S.C.,  M.T.  Enlisted 
15th  August  1917.  Home  Service — Ireland,  from 
September  1918.  Served  France — October  1917- 
August  1918. 

HUNTER,    J. 

Foswell,  Coul.  Signaller,  R.F.A.  Enlisted  24th 
January  1917.     Home  Service.     Served  France. 

HUNTER,    WILLIAM 

42  Feus.  Gunner,  S.S.  Lady  Plymouth.  Enlisted 
22nd  January  1917.  Served  for  1  year  and 
9    months. 


HURRY,    ALEXANDER 

Rose  Cottage.  Lance-Corporal,  1st  Seaforth  High- 
landers. Enlisted  1st  June  1915.  Home  Service — 
June  1915-September  1915,  and  March  1916- 
February  1917.  Served — France,  13th  September 
I9l5-16th  March  1916  ;  Mesopotamia  and  Egypt, 
5th  February  19l7-28th  December  1918. 


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HUTCHISON,    ANDREW 

Highwood  View.  Lance-Corporal,  6th  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  February  1912  ;  Mobilised  4th  August 
1914.  Home  Service — Queensferry,  Dundee,  Bed- 
ford, Bridge  of  Earn.  Served  France — From  28th 
August  1915  to  November  1916.  Killed  at 
Beaumont  Hamel  13th   November  1916. 


HUTCHISON,  DAVID  ALEXANDER 

Highwood  View.  Corporal,  6th  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  May  1915.  Home  Service — Bridge  of 
Earn,  Falkirk,  and  Ripon  (Signaller  Instructor,  1st 
Class).  Served  France — From  18th  March  1917 
(attached  to  4/5  Black  Watch).  Wounded  Ypres 
3rd  August  1917.  Killed— Voormezelle  Keep  27th 
April  1913. 

HUTCHISON,    GEORGE 

Townhead.  Private,  1st  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
16th  March  1916.  Home  Service.  Served  France 
— with  Transport. 

HUTCHISON,    JAMES 

146  High  Street.  Private,  9th  Royal  Scots. 
Enlisted  5th  December  1914.  Home  Service — 
December  1914-December  1915.  Served  France 
— 3    years. 


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HUTCHISON,    WILLIAM 

Townhead.  Corporal,  1st  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
4th  January  1915.  Home  Service.  Served  France. 
Awarded  Military  Medal,  D.C.M. 

HUTTON,    PETER 

Aberuthven.  Driver,  R.F.A.  (31st  Reserve  Battery). 
Enlisted  June  1915  Home  Service — Glasgow,  for 
4  months  ;  Hospital,  7  months.      Discharged. 

HUTTON,    SAMUEL 

Aberuthven.  Private,  2nd  Scots  Guards.  Enlisted 
February  1916.  Home  Service— February  1916- 
October  1916,  at  London.  Served  France — 
October  1916-May  1918.  Wounded— both  legs 
amputated. 

IMRIE,   EBENEZER 

7  Ruthven  Street.  Private,  12th  Royal  Scots. 
Enlisted  24th  March  1916.  Home  Service.  Served 
France — Disabled  by  trench  fever. 

IMRIE,   JAMES 

7  Ruthven  Street.  Private,  10th  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  September  1914.  Home  Service.  Served 
France.       Wounded. 


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IMRIE,   JOHN 

215  High  Street  Private,  48th  Machine  Gun 
Corps.  Enlisted  October  1916.  Home  Service— 
9  months.      Served  France.      Italy  for  13  months. 

INNES,    ALEXANDER 

3  Feus.  Private,  10th  Machine  Gun  Corps. 
Enlisted  15th  August  1914.  Home  Service — 
Bedford,  England.  Served  France.  Missing. 
Killed  23rd  April  1917. 


IRELAND,    ALEXANDER 

Aberuthven.  Private,  1st  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
19th  May  1917.  Home  Service— Bridge  of  Allan, 
Nigg,  Ireland  Served  France — from  December 
1917-April  1918;  Ypres,  Givenchy.    Prisoner  of  War. 

JACK,    DAVID 

165  Bank  Place.  Private,  6/7  Gordon  High- 
landers. Enlisted  24th  October  1917.  Home 
Service — Tillicoultry.  Served  France — 10  months. 
Awarded  Military  Medal. 

JAMIESON,    DAVID 

Ruthven  Street.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  9th  September  1914  :  Rejoined  R.E.  July 
1917.     Home  Service — with  Black  Watch  and  R.E. 


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JAMIESON,   JOHN 

Ruthven  Street.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  February  1912.  Mobilised  4th  August 
1914.  Home  Service — Oueensferry  and  Dundee. 
Served  France — from  May  1915.  Wounded 
Festubert,  2nd  June  1915.  Died  No.  13  General 
Hospital,  Boulogne,  7th  June  1915. 

JOHNMAN,   JAMES 

103  High  Street.  Private,  6th  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  17th  August  1914.  Home  Service — 
Queensferry  and  Dundee.  Served  France — from 
1st  May  1915-March  1919. 

JOHNSTONE,    ANDREW    B. 

Westfield  Place.  Sapper,  R.E.  (Tees  Fortress 
Coy.).  Enlisted  June  1916.  Home  Service — 
June  1916-January  1919. 

JOHNSTONE,    CHARLES 

85   Feus.       Private,    2/6    Black  Watch    (9th-7th). 

Enlisted   March    1915.       Home  Service.       Served 

France— July  1916- April  1918.  Thrice  wounded  ; 
gassed. 

JOHNSTONE,    D.    M. 

Westfield  Place.  Private,  6th  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  2nd  March  1917.  Home  Service— 2nd 
March  19l7-27th  July  1918.  Served  France— 
27th  July  1918-March  1919. 


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JOHNSTONE,    GEORGE 

85  Feus.  Private,  R.A.M.C,  111th  Field 
Ambulance.  Enlisted  31st  July  1915.  Home 
Service.  Served       France  —  December      1915- 

October  1917.      Invalided  home,  rheumatic  fever. 


JOHNSTONE,    GREGOR 

Westfield  Place.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  28th  April  1913.  Mobilised  4th  August 
1914.  Home  Service — 1915-1916.  Served  France. 
Prisoner  of  War,  22nd  March  1918-6th  December 
1918. 


JOHNSTONE,    JAMES    WILLIAM 

85  Feus.  Bombardier,  19th  Battery,  Canadian 
Field  Artillery.  Enlisted  September  1914  Served 
France — March  1916-November  1917.  Wounded 
9th  November  1917  (right  leg  amputated). 


JOHNSTONE,    JAMES 

Westfield  Place.  Private,  8th  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  8th  June  1917.  Home  Service — 8th 
June  1917-November  1917.  Served  France — 
November  1917-24th  March  1918.  Prisoner  of 
War  from  24th  March  1918-November  1918. 


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JOHNSTONE,    PETER 

Aberuthven.  Private,  3/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
28th  May  1915.  Home  Service — Bridge  of  Earn 
and  Ripon.  Served  France — 1916-March  1919  ; 
Somme,  and  final  offensive.      Twice  Wounded. 

JOHNSTONE,    WILLIAM 

Westfield  Place.  Sergeant,  6th  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  8th  February  1911  ;  Mobilised  4th  August 
1911  Home  Service— 5th  August  I914-2nd  May 
1915.  Served  France— 2nd  May  19l5-8th  February 
1916  ;  December  1916-March  1919. 


KAY,  JOHN 

Private,  8th  Argyll  &  Sutherland  Highlanders. 
Enlisted  12th  February  1915.  Served  France — 
1915-1916.  Invalided  home ;  returned  to  France 
January  1917  ;  wounded  in  Battle  of  Arras  ;  died  of 
wounds  21st  May  1917  in  22nd  General  Hospital. 
Buried  in  Etaples  Military  Cemetery. 


KAYE,  DAVID 

53  Feus.  Lance-Corporal,  Fife  &  Forfar  Yeomanry. 
Enlisted  20th  March  1917.  Home  Service— With 
Fife  &  Forfar  Yeomanry  ;  transferred  to  4/5 
Black  Watch.  Served  France — Prisoner  of  War, 
23rd  March  1918. 


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KAYE,  JOHN  BROWN 

53  Feus.  Private,  6th  Black  Watch.  Enlisted  5th 
August  1914.  Home  Service.  Served  France — 
May  1915.     Killed— 24th  July  1916. 

KAYE,    THOMAS 

53  Feus.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
4th  August  1914.  Home  Service.  Served  France 
—May  1915-March  1919. 

KAYE,    WILLIAM 

10  Townhead.  Private,  5th  Scottish  Rifles. 
Enlisted  6th  December  1915. 

KEMP,    DAVID    CATHRO 

83  High  Street  Sergt.,  141st  Battalion  (Canada) 
Enlisted  9th  January  1916.  Home  Service — 
Canada  for  1  year  and  7  months.  Served  France — 
With  Canadian  Forestry  Corps  from  September 
1917-January  1919. 

KEMP,    PETER 

83  High  Street.  Private,  141st  Battalion  (Canada). 
Enlisted  16th  March  1916.  Home  Service — Canada, 
13  months.  Served  France — With  8th  Canadian 
Battalion  from  September  I9l7  to  January  1919. 
Twice  wounded. 


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KENNAWAY,   CHARLES   GRAY 

Kenwood  Park.  Captain,  1st  Grenadier  Guards. 
Enlisted  May  1909  ;  Mobilised,  4th  August  1914. 
Home  Service— With  1/6  Black  Watch,  9th  Royal 
Scots,  and  2/6  Black  Watch.  Served  France — 
With  Household  Battalion,  June  1917-November 
1917 ;  wounded,  Paschendaele  Ridge,  10th  November 
1917  ;  Captain,  Grenadier  Guards,  September  1918  ; 
Staff-Captain,  3rd  Guards  Brigade,  1919,  at  Arras, 
Scarpe,  Ypres,  Canal  de  Nord,  Cambrai,  Solesmes, 
Selle  and  Maubeuge. 


KENNAWAY,    HENRY    JAMES 

Kenwood  Park.  Lieutenant  2nd  Life  Guards. 
Enlisted  October  1915.  Home  Service — Inns  of 
Court  O.T.C.  (Squadron),  and  2nd  Life  Guards. 
Served  France — Arras,  Scarpe,  3rd  Battle  of  Ypres 
at  Poilcapelle.     Wounded  October  1917. 


KENNEDY,    DAVID 

East  Kirkton.  Private,  3/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  29th  May  1915.  Home  Service — Bridge 
of  Earn.  Served  France  for  17  months.  Wounded, 
29th  July  1917.  Salonika— From  22nd  November 
I9l7-4th  June  1918.  Served  France  till  discharged, 
30th  January  1919. 


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KERR,    JOHN 

11  Ruthven  Street.  Private,  5th  Argyll  & 
Sutherland  Highlanders  (transferred  to  Seaforth 
Highlanders).  Enlisted  2nd  February  1915. 
Home  Service — Alloa,  Ripon,  and  Cromarty. 
Served  France — Ypres,  Arras,  and  Cambrai. 

KIRK,    JOHN    SCOTT 

Lower  Borland  Park.  Sergeant,  R.E.  (640th 
Lowland  Field  Company).  Enlisted  23rd  February 
1913;  Mobilised  4th  August  1914.  Home  Service 
Mounted  Section  Coast  Defence. 

LAING,    GEORGE 

Upper  Borland  Park.  Private,  8th  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  14th  September  1914.  Home  Service. 
Served  France  —  Killed  11th  November  1915. 

LAING    THOMAS 

Upper  Borland  Park.  Petty  Officer,  Royal  Navy. 
Enlisted  20th  October  1902;  Mobilised  with 
Fleet,  1st  August  1914.  Served  with  H.M.S. 
Rhododendron. 

LAING,    WILLIAM    D. 

Upper  Borland  Park.  Private,  5th  Battalion, 
Machine  Gun  Corps.  Enlisted,  23rd  March  1914  ; 
Mobilised.  4th  August  1914.  Home  Service — 
March  1914-January  1915.  Served  France — 
January  1915-March  1919. 


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LAIRD,    JOHN 


192  High  Street.  Corporal,  6th  Battalion,  P. P. L.I. 
(Canada).  Enlisted  August  1914.  Home  Service. 
Served  France — Prisoner  in  Germany  four  months. 


LAWRENCE,    JOHN 

Kinnoull  Place.  Private,  6th  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  15th  May  1913  ;  Mobilised  4th  August 
1914.  Home  Service — North  and  South  Queens- 
ferry,  Wormit,  Tayport,  Dundee,  Bedford.  Served 
France— From  2nd  May  1915- 14th  May  1916. 
Discharged  14th  May  1916. 


LAWSON,    ALEXANDER 

Aberuthven.  Driver,  436th  Company  A.S.C. 
Enlisted  September  1914.  Home  Service — Bisley 
and  Hook.  Served  France — March  1915-March 
1919  ;  Loos,  Verdun,  Arras,  1st  and  2nd  Battles  of 
Somme.     Final  offensive. 


LAWSON,    SAMUEL 

Windsole.  Lance-Corporal,  6th  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  9th  September  1914.  Home  Service— 
9th  September  I914-20th  October  1917.  Served 
France— 20th  October  1917-19th  February  1919. 


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LEONARD,    HARRY 

Bank  Place.  Private,  Scottish  Battalion  King's 
Liverpool  Regiment.  Enlisted  13th  October  1915. 
Home  Service.  Served  France.  Killed  23rd 
September  1916. 

LESLIE,    JAMES    NORMAN 

Bank  of  Scotland  House.  Private,  11th  Black 
Watch.  Enlisted  1st  March  1916.  Home  Service 
Richmond,  Dunfermline,  Cornton  Camp  ;  then  with 
Garrison  Battalion  H.L.I,  at  Fort  George.  Served 
with  Garrison  Battalion  Seaforths  in  Salonika,  Balkan 
Campaign,  Bulgaria,  Turkey,  and  Asia  Minor. 

LONGHORN,   ALFRED 

Damside.  Private,  M.T.,  A.S.C.  Enlisted  25th 
September  1916.  Home  Service.  Served  France 
—September  1916-March  1919. 

M'ARA,    JAMES    SCOTT 

6  Ruthvenvale  Terrace.  Durbar  and  South  African 
Medals.  Regimental  Sergeant- Major  2nd  Black 
Watch  ;  later,  5th  Battalion  Machine  Gun  Corps. 
Enlisted  1st  October  1898.  Home  Service — 1st 
June  19l5-9th  March  1916.  Served — September 
I914-31st  May  1915  ;  from  10th  March  1916. 
Awarded  Croix-de-Guerre  (Belgian).  D.C.M. 
Mentioned  in  Despatches,  1st  January  1918. 


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M'CABE,    MICHAEL 

110  High  Street.  Private,  2nd  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  February  1917.  Home  Service — Nigg, 
February-May  1917.  Served — India,  1  year; 
Egypt,  9  months. 

M'CORMACK,    ANDREW 

34  Townhead.  Gunner  R.F.A.  (51st  Division). 
Enlisted  9th  December  1915.  Home  Service. 
Served — Belgium  and  France. 

M'CORMACK,    JAMES 

34  Townhead.  Gunner,  34th  Siege  Battery,  R.G.A. 
Enlisted  27th  September  1915.  Home  Service — 
7  months.     Served — 2  years  10  months. 

M'CORMACK,    MICHAEL 

34  Townhead.  Sapper  R.E.  (Traffic  Corps). 
Enlisted  10th  August  1917.  Home  Service — 18 
months. 


MCULLOCH,    ALEXANDER 

Westbank,  Western  Road.  Gunner,  C  Battery, 
88th  Brigade,  R.F.A.  Enlisted  10th  August  1916. 
Home  Service — Glasgow,  4  months.  Served  France 
—1916-1918.     Wounded. 


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MCULLOCH,    ISAAC 

East  Fordoun.  Private,  8th  Battalion,  King's  Own 
Yorkshire  Light  Infantry.  Enlisted  29th  May  1915. 
Home  Service.  Trained  with  17th  Battalion  Royal 
Scots.  Edinburgh,  Ripon,  Barry,  Dundee.  Served 
France — From  12th  June  1916.  Transferred  to 
K.O. Y.L.I.     Killed,  7th  June  1917. 

M'CULLOCH,    WILLIAM 

West  Bank,    Western   Road.  Private,  1st  Argyll 

and  Sutherland  Highlanders.  Enlisted  15th  May 

1915.  Home  Service,  1915.  Served  France — 
1915-1916.     Salonica,  2  years. 

MACDIARMID,    JAMES 

186  High  Street.  Sergeant,  1st  K.O.S.B.  Served 
France,  Gallipoli,  India. 

MACDONALD,    JAMES    BALLANTYNE 

Rashiehill.  Corporal,  British  Red  Cross.  Enlisted 
31st  January  1916.  Bellahouston  Hospital,  as 
Orderly,  and  then  as  Radiographer  since  January 
1916. 

MACDONALD,    JOHN 

West  Mill.  Driver,  R.F.A.  Enlisted  October  1915. 
Home  Service — 1915-1916.  Served  France — 
1916-1919. 


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MACDONALD,    NORMAN 

Coll  Earn.  Captain,  9th  Royal  Scots.  Enlisted 
June  1911.  Mobilised  August  1914.  Home  Service 
— Edinburgh,  Forth  Coast  Defence,  till  February 
1915.  Served  Belgium  and  France — February  1915- 
June  1915.  Prisoner  of  War  in  Germany  June  1915- 
April  1918.  Served  Holland — Repatriation  of 
Prisoners,  November  1918-January  1919. 


MDONALD,    THOMAS 

3  Townhead.  Private,  16th  H.L.I.  Enlisted  12th 
September  1914.  Home  Service — In  R.A.F. 
Served — France  for  1  vear. 


M'EWEN,    DAVID 

Eind.  Piper,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Mobilised  4th 
August  1914.  Home  Service  —  Queensferry, 
Wormit,  Dundee,  and  Bedford.  Served  France — 
From  May  1915.  Transferred  Machine  Gun  Corps. 
Promoted  Lance-Corporal  Signaller  and  went  to 
Italy  3rd  November  1917.     There  till  end  of  war. 


M'FARLANE,    ARTHUR 

48  Feus.  Sergeant,  125th  Company  Canadian 
Medical  Corps.  Enlisted  February  1916.  Home 
Service — England. 


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M'GLASHAN,    JOHN 

125  High  Street.  Corporal,  6th  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  1900.  Mobilised  5th  August  1914.  Home 
Service — Queensferry,  Wormit,  Tayport,  Dundee, 
and  Bedford.  Served  France — From  2nd  May 
1915.  Wounded  at  Festubert,  June  1915.  Died 
June  1917. 

M'GREGOR,    ALEXANDER 

Kirklands.  Driver,  Army  Service  Corps.  Enlisted 
July  1915.  Home  Service — Norwich.  Served 
France — First  Battle  of  Somme.  Invalided  and 
discharged,  March  1918. 

M'GREGOR,    ALEXANDER 

19  High  Street.  Sergeant,  14th  Brigade  R.H.A. 
Enlisted  7th  April  1915.  Home  Service — 8  months. 
Served — 3  years  2  months.  Awarded  Military 
Medal  and  Italian  Medal. 

M'GREGOR,    ANGUS    M. 

Graeme's  Lea.  Private,  246th  Siege  Battery, 
R.G.A.  Enlisted  24th  June  1915.  Home  Service. 
Served- — Mesopotamia. 

M'GREGOR,    JOHN 

49  Feus.  Sergeant,  1st  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
23rd  January  1904.  Mobilised  4th  August  1914. 
Served  France — Marne,  Aisne,  Landemark,  Ypres. 
Wounded  and  taken  prisoner,  29th  October  1914. 


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M'INTOSH,    ALEXANDER 

Castleton.  Lance-Corporal,  1/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  4th  August  1914.  Home  Service — Nine 
months.  Served  France  1915-1916.  Missing, 
30th  July  1916.     Presumed  killed. 

M'INTOSH,    ANDREW 

Castleton.  Private,  Scots  Guards  (Machine  Gun). 
Enlisted  2nd  September  1915.  Home  Service — 
3  years.  Served  France — 5  months.  Twice 
wounded. 

M'INTOSH,    DAVID 

31  Feus.  Private,  8th  North  Staffords.  Enlisted 
December  1915.  Home  Service — 1915-1916. 
Served  France — 1916.     Thrice  wounded. 

M'INTOSH,    JOHN 

Castleton.  Lance-Corporal,  R.E.  (205th  Field 
Company).  Enlisted  12th  May  1915.  Home 
Service — May  1915-January  1916.  Served  France 
—February  1916-March  1919.  Gassed.  Awarded 
M.S.M. 

M'INTYRE,    COLIN 

Upper  Borland  Park.  Private,  6/7  Royal  Scots 
Fusiliers.  Enlisted  22nd  November  1915.  Home 
Service  —  4  months  at  Inverkeithing.  Served 
France — Wounded  31st  January  1917  at  Le  Sars. 
D:ed  1st  February  1917. 


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MiNTYRE,    JAMES 

40  Townhead.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
August  1914.  Home  Service — 1914-1915.  Served 
France.     Killed,  30th  July  1916. 

M'INTYRE,    JOHN    CHARLES 

High  Street.  Captain,  4th  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
9th  September  1914.  Home  Service — From  9th 
September  1914-June  1916  ;  April  1918-February 
1919.  Served  France— June  1916-April  1918. 
Wounded.  Mentioned  in  Despatches,  May  1917. 
Awarded  Military  Cross,  September  1917. 

M'INTYRE,    WILLIAM 

Newton  Feus.  Signaller,  3rd  Royal  Scots. 
Enlisted  17th  May  1916.  Home  Service.  Served 
France.     Killed  22nd  October  1917. 

MiVER,    THOMAS 

17  Ruthven  Street.  Sergeant  R.E,  ;  attached 
R.F.A.  Enlisted  August  1914.  Home  Service — 
Crossgates.  Served — Gallipoli,  Egypt,  Palestine, 
France,  with  52nd  Lowland  Division.  Awarded 
D.C.M. 

M'KAY,    ALEXANDER 

Ruthvendale     Terrace.  Private,     8th     Gordon 

Highlanders.  Enlisted  September  1914.  Home 
Service — Aldershot.  Served  France — From  11th 
June  1915.  Killed  at  the  Battle  of  Loos,  25th 
September  1915. 


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M'KAY,    HENRY 

Hilton  Cottage.  Private,  6th  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
August  1913.  Mobilised  August  1914.  Home 
Service — 2^  years.       Served  France — 2|-years. 

M'KAY,    JAMES    S. 

Hilton   Cottage,   Feus.  Sergeant,   52nd    Machine 

Gun    Corps.        Enlisted  11th      December     1913. 

Mobilised  August  1914.  Home  Service — 1  year. 
Served — 3^  years. 

M'KENZIE,    ALEXANDER 

21  Feus.  Private,  2/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted  10th 
November  1914.  Home  Service.  Served  France 
—30th  July  1916-March  1919.  Four  times 
wounded. 

M'KENZIE,    ALISTAIR 

Ochil  View.Aberuthven.  Lance-Corporal,  Highland 
Cyclist  Battalion,  Army  Cyclist  Corps,  attached 
Royal  Fusiliers.  Enlisted  August  1914.  Home 
Service — 2  years  on  Fife  Coast  Guard.  Served 
Egypt— 2|  years.  Wounded  first  Battle  of  Gaza, 
April  1917. 

M'KENZIE,    CHARLES 

Aberuthven.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
February  1914.  Mobilised  August  1914.  Home 
Service.  Served  France.  Killed  Armentieres,  31st 
August  1916.  Buried  Military  Cemetery  near 
Armentieres. 


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MKENZIE,    DOUGLAS 

2  Star  Place,  Crieff.       Private,   1/6    Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  August  1914.     Home  Service. 


MACKENZIE,    JOHN 

25  Townhead.  Private,  2nd  Scots  Guards. 
Enlisted  August  1914.  Home  Service.  Served 
France — 4  years. 


M'KENZIE,    JOHN    HORSLEY 

21  Feus.  Private,  3/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
28th  May  1915.  Home  Service— 28th  May  1915- 
26th  September  1917  ;  Bombing  Instructor.  Served 
France— 26th  September  1917-26th  March  1918. 
Wounded. 


MACKENZIE,    NORMAN 

St.  Andrew's  U.F.  Manse.  Captain,  Army 
Chaplain's  Department.  Enlisted  14th  September 
1916.  Home  Service — With  Machine  Gun  Corps, 
September  1916 ;  with  65th  Scottish  Lowland 
Division  from  September  1916  to  February  1917. 
Served  France — From  February  1917-February 
1918  ;  attached  to  6th  Argyll  and  Sutherland 
Highlanders  and  to  39th  Stationary  Hospital,  Aire. 
Appointed  Honorary  Chaplain  to  the  Forces. 


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M'KINNON,    WILLIAM 

Aberuthven.  Private,  4th  Battalion,  Army  Service 
Corps  ;  transferred  Tank  Corps.  Enlisted  30th 
May  1915.  Home  Service — Kirriemuir,  Norwich. 
Served  France — 1st  Battle  Cambrai  ;  2nd  Battle 
Somme.     Wounded. 


M'LAREN,    ALEXANDER 

166  High  Street.  Private,  8th  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  31st  October  1916.  Home  Service — Nigg. 
Served  France — Since  February  1916. 


M'LAREN,    DAVID 

1  Ruthven  Grove.  Private,  A.O.C.  Enlisted 
September  1914.  Home  Service — 1  year.  Served 
France. 

M'LAREN,    DAVID 

Newton  Feus.  Private,  3rd  Seaforth  Highlanders. 
Enlisted  July  1917.  Home  Service.  Served 
France— March  1918.     Wounded  April  1918. 

M'LAREN,    HUGH 

Newton  Feus.  Sergeant,  Royal  Engineers.  Enlisted 
November  1914.  Home  Service — 2  years  5  months. 
Served  Mesopotamia — 1  year  9  months. 


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M'LAREN,    JAMES 

1  Ruthven  Grove.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  August  1914.      Home  Service. 

M'LAREN,    JOHN 

Newton  Feus.  Private,  12th  Royal  Scots.  Enlisted 
19th  March  1915.  Home  Service — 3  months. 
Served  France — 3  years  3  months.  Wounded  4 
times.      Killed  at  Ledeghem,  1st  October  1918. 

M'LAREN,    JOHN 

1  Ruthven  Grove.  Private,  33rd  Battalion 
Australian  Infantry.  Enlisted  12th  October  1914. 
Home  Service.     Served  Gallipoli,  France. 

M'LAREN,    JOHN    S. 

18  Garth  Terrace.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  23rd  March  1915.  Home  Service — 
Inverkeithing,  Bridge  of  Earn,  Blairgowrie, 
Grangemouth,  Norwich.  Served  France — From 
December  1916.  Missing,  23rd  April  1917. 
Presumed  killed  on  that  date. 

M'LAREN,    MATTHEW 

Auchendhu,  New  Street.  Lieutenant,  42nd  Canadian 
Black  Watch.  Enlisted  April  19 15.  Home  Service 
—  Canada,  April- June  1915;  England,  June-October 
1915.  Served  France  —  October  1915-November 
1918.  Wounded  11th  November  1918  at  Mons. 
Awarded  Military  Cross. 


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M'LAREN,    PETER 

16  Ruthven  Street,  Private,  Royal  Defence  Corps 
Enlisted  November  1914.  Home  Service — Railway 
guarding  and  Admiralty  work. 

M'LAREN,    PETER 

134  High  Street.  Sapper,  12th  Field  Company, 
Royal  Engineers.  Enlisted  January  1915.  Home 
Service — Carlinghowe  and  Irvine,  1915-1917. 
Served  France.     Killed  21st  March  1918. 

M'LAREN,    ROBERT    CARMICHAEL 

Woodlands,  Ruthven  Street.  Private,  1/4  Cameron 
Highlanders.  Enlisted  September  1914.  Home 
Service — Highland  Division,  Bedford.  Served 
France — With  7th  Division,  February  1915 
November  1915.  No.  1  Entrencing  Battalion 
Ypres  Sector  till  May  1916.     Gassed  St.  Eloi. 

M'LEOD,    HENRY 

20  Ruthvenvale  Terrace.  Cadet,  Red  Cross  and 
R.A.F.  Enlisted  11th  October  1914.  Home 
Service.  Served  France — 3  years  and  6  months  ; 
Egypt,  9  months. 

M'LEOD,    JAMES 

20  Ruthvenvale  Terrace.  Private,  53rd  Y.S. 
Battalion,  Gordon  Highlanders.  Enlisted  July 
1918.     Home  Service. 


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M'LEOD,    JOHN 

20  Ruth ven vale  Terrace.  Private,  18th  Battalion 
Royal  Defence  Corps.  Enlisted  9th  September 
1914.  Home  Service — September  1914-November 
1917. 

M'LEOD,    JOHN 

20  Ruthvenvale  Terrace.  Farrier-Sergeant,  R.F.A. 
Enlisted  January  1907.  Home  Service.  Served 
France  and  Belgium — August  1914. 

M'LEOD,    WILLIAM 

20  Ruthvenvale  Terrace.  Lance-Corporal,  53rd 
Y.S.  Battalion  Gordon  Highlanders.  Enlisted 
August  1917.  Home  Service — 6  months.  Served 
France — 1  year. 

M'LEISH,    DAVID 

Fenton  House.  Lance-Sergeant,  2/1  Scottish 
Horse.  Enlisted  January  1917.  Home  Service — 
Ireland. 

MACMILLAN,   JOHN    CHARLES   GORDON 

Aberuthven  Manse.  Cadet,  4th  Argyll  and 
Sutherland  Highlanders.  Enlisted  March  1918. 
Home  Service — 7  months,  St.  Andrews  O.T.C.  ; 
Cambridge,  2  months. 


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M'NAB,    PETER 

42  Feus.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
16th  March  1916.  Home  Service.  Served  France 
— 2-|-  years. 


M'NAUGHTON,    JAMES 

Woodside.  Private,  Gordon  Highlanders.  Enlisted 
May  1918.  Home  Service — Colchester  and 
Witham.     Demobilised  January  1919. 


M'NIVEN,    DAVID 

31  Feus.  Private,  4/5  Black  Watch.  Enlisted  5th 
June  1916.  Home  Service — June  1916-October 
1916.  Served  France — Wounded  and  taken 
prisoner  at  Peronne,  March  1918. 


M'NIVEN,    JAMES 

31  Feus.  Private,  5th  Canadian  Railway  Troop. 
Enlisted  August  1915.  Home  Service.  Served 
France — 2£  years. 

M'NIVEN,    ROBERT 

203  High    Street.       Private,    2nd  Black    Watch. 

Enlisted    August     1917.        Home  Service — Nigg. 

Served  India — Till  January  1918.  Served  Egypt 
and  Palestine — Until  end  of  war. 


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M'PHERSON,    ANGUS 

Newbigging.  2nd  Lieutenant,  1st  Scottish  Horse. 
Enlisted  February  1899.  Mobilised  August  1914. 
Home  Service — August  1914-August  1915  ;  and 
November  1915-April  1918.  Served — August- 
November  1915 — Gallipoli,  Malta.     Wounded. 

M'ROSTIE,    JAMES 

214  High  Street.  Sergeant,  1/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  February  1915.  Home  Service.  Served 
— France. 

M'ROSTIE,    JAMES 

214  High  Street.  Private,  2/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted,  16th  October  1916.  Home  Service — 
Coast  defence. 

M'ROSTIE,    JOHN 

214  High  Street.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted,  8th  August  1914.  Home  Service.  Served 
France — With  Transport  Section. 

MAILER,    ARCHIBALD 

Lower  Borland  Park.  Private,  12th  Royal  Scots. 
Enlisted  August   1915.       Home   Service — Bedford 

1915.  Served  France — 1915.       Wounded,  Somme 

1916.  Now  serving  with  Royal  Scots  Greys  at 
Edinburgh. 


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MAILER,    DAVID 

59  Townhead.  Private,  3rd  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
9th  August  1916.  Home  Service — 10  months. 
Served  France — 1  year  8  months.     Wounded. 

MAILER,    DAVID 

184  High  Street.  Private,  2nd  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  June  1916.  Home  Service.  Served — 
Mesopotamia,   Egypt,  and  Palestine. 

MAILER,    JOHN 

59  Townhead.  Private,  Gordon  Highlanders 
(52nd  Grad.).  Enlisted  15th  May  1918.  Home 
Service — May  1918-January  1919.  Served  with 
Army  of  Occupation. 

MAILER,    ROBERT 

Lower  Borland  Park.  Signaller,  H.L.I.  Enlisted 
May  1907  ;  Mobilised  August  1914.  Home  Service 
— Mullingar,  Ireland,  3  years.  Served  France. 
Missing  19th  December  1914.      Presumed  killed. 


MAILER,    WILLIAM 

G  Townhead.  Private,  5th  Cameron  Highlanders. 
Enlisted  14th  July  1917.  Home  Service — Eight 
months.  Served  France — From  April  1918  to 
January  1919. 


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MAILER,    WILLIAM 

Lower  Borland  Park.  Driver,  29th  Battery,  Royal 
Field  Artillery.  Enlisted  27th  March  1911.  Home 
Service — Salisbury  Plain,  3  years.  Served  France 
— Wounded  in  the  Retreat  from  Mons.  Died  in 
Netley  Hospital  3rd  September  1914. 

MALCOLM,    REYNOLD    MDONALD 

29  Feus.  Corporal,  1st  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
2 1st  June  1905  ;  Mobilised,  August  1914.  Home 
Service  —  Nigg,  Grantham.  Served  France — 
Transferred  M.G.C.      Demobilised  Februarv  1918. 

J 

MALCOLM,    THOMAS 

Tower  Cottage.  Private,  3rd  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  10th  January  1917.  Home  Service — Nigg, 
till  March  1917.  Served — India,  Bangalore,  and 
Meerut. 

MALCOLM    WILLIAM 

Lilac  Cottage.  Sergeant,  42nd  and  73rd  Black 
Watch  (Regular).  Enlisted,  3rd  February  1899; 
Mobilised,  4th  August  1914.  Home  Service — 
Perth,  Aldershot,  Edinburgh  Castle,  Nigg.  Served 
— South  Africa,  1899-1902  ;  India,  over  5  years  ; 
France,  August  1914  till  Battle  of  Aisne.  Wounded. 
Invalided  home.  Served  France — September  1915  ; 
Mesopotamia — Till  wounded,  January  1916  ;  India. 
Discharge  on  completion  of  over  17  years  service, 
May  1916. 


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MALLIS,    JAMES    ALEXANDER 

84  High  Street.  Lance-Corporal,  1/4  Seaforths. 
Enlisted  May  1916.  Home  Service — Dunfermline, 
May  1916-January  1917.  Served  France — January 
1917  till  wounded,  11th  April  1917.  Returned 
France,  December  1917.      Demobilised. 

MALLIS,    JAMES    MURDOCH 

Dunard.  Private,  1/4  Gordon  Highlanders. 
Enlisted  28th  July  1917.  Home  Service — July 
1917-April  1918.  Served  France— April  1918- 
March  1919. 

MALLIS,    JOHN 

84  High  Street.  Private,  1/8  Argyll  and  Sutherland 
Highlanders.  Enlisted       May      1916.        Home 

Service — Norwich.  Served  France — From  January 
1917. 

MALLIS,    JOHN 

Castlebrae.  Private,  R.A.S.C.  Enlisted  December 
1916.  Home  Service— December  1916-April  1917. 
Served  France— April  1917-March  1918.  Wounded 
March  1918.      Demobilised. 

MALLOCH,    JAMES 

Dunearn.  Private,  R.A.S.C,  M.T.  (7th  Siege 
Battery,  R.G.A.)  Enlisted  7th  September  1914. 
Home  Service.     Served  France. 


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MANNING,    CORNELIUS 

Kinnoull  Place.  Private,  2/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  March  1915.  Home  Service — 15  months. 
Served  France — 2^  years. 

MANNING,    MICHAEL 

Kinnoull  Place.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch. 
Mobilised  4th  August  1914.  Home  Service.  Served 
France.       Died  of  wounds,  12th  August  1915. 

MARSHALL,    ALEXANDER 

Rosebank.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
August  1914.  Home  Service — August  1914-May 
1915.  Served  France — May  1915.  Wounded 
July  1915.      Demobilised  January  1919. 

MARSHALL,    DAVID 

Roseneath,  83  Feus.  Private,  R.A.M.C.  Enlisted 
15th  November  1915.  Home  Service — Cromarty 
Military  Hospital,  6  months.  Served  France — 7th 
Field  Ambulance,  No.  6  Casualty  Clearing  Station, 
No.  22,  and  other  Stations. 

MARTIN,    ALEXANDER 

Woodlands.  Corporal,  5th  Canadian  Mounted 
Rifles.  Enlisted  December  1915.  Home  Service. 
Served  France.     Wounded. 


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MARTIN,    ANDREW 

Lynwood,  Ruthven  Street.  Private,  Scottish  Rifles 
and  Royal  Defence  Corps.  Enlisted  7th  September 
1914.       Home    Service. 


MARTIN,    DAVID 

Woodlands.  Sergeant,  6th  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
12th  May  1913  ;  Mobilised  4th  August  1914. 
Home  Service.  Served  France.  Wounded. 
Prisoner  of  War  in  Germany. 

MARTIN,    JACK 

Woodlands.  Private,  1st  Seaforth  Highlanders. 
Enlisted  May  1916.  Home  Service — Dunfermline. 
Served — Mesopotamia,  India,  and  Egypt. 

MARTIN,    JAMES 

Woodlands.  Lance-Corporal,  4th  Black  Watch 
(Reserve).  Enlisted  September  1914.  Home 
Service — Fort  George,  Ripon,  and  Edinburgh. 

MASON,    WILLIAM 

177  High  Street.  Private,  6th  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  February  1914  ;  Mobilised  4th  August 
1914.  Home  Service.  Served  France — From 
May  1915.     Killed,  13th  June  1915. 


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MAXTONE,    JAMES    F. 

72  Feus.  Lance-Corporal,  2nd  Gordon  High- 
landers. Enlisted,  9th  May  1916.  Home  Service. 
Served  France.  Missing  26th  October  1917. 
Presumed  killed. 

MEADE,    PETER 

Aberuthven.  Private,  Royal  Fusiliers,  44th  and  8th 
Anti-Aircraft  Coy.  Enlisted  August  1915.  Home 
Service  —  Haddington.  Served  —  France  and 
Belgium,  3^  years. 

MENZIES,    ALEXANDER 

Lennox  Cottage.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch  and 
Machine  Gun  Corps,  195th  Company.  Enlisted 
May  1913;  Mobilised  4th  August  1914.  Home 
Service  —  Oueensferry,  Wormit,  Dundee,  Bedford, 
Ripon,  Nottingham.  Served  France — From  May 
1915  ;  Invalided  home  December  1915  ;  Trans- 
ferred Machine  Gun  Corps  ;  Returned  to  France, 
July  1916  ;  Wounded  and  Gassed,  27th  July  1917. 
Died  in  Rouen  29th  July  1917. 

MENZIES,    PETER 

Lennox  Cottage,  Feus.  Private,  2/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  16th  March  1915.  Home  Service— Bridge 
of  Earn,  Norwich.  Served  France — From  22nd 
June  1917.     Wounded  20th  July  1918.     Discharged. 


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MENZIES,    WILLIAM 

20  Townhead.  Private,  1 8th  Highland  Light 
Infantry.  Enlisted  13th  April  1915.  Home  Service 
— 8  months.     Served  France.     Wounded. 

MENZIES,    WILLIAM 

22  Ruthvenvale  Terrace.  Private,  4th  Black  Watch 
(Reserve),  transferred  to  the  2nd  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  March  1917.  Home  Service— Ripon. 
Served  France — From  June  1917.  Wounded,  July 
1917.  Rejoined  Unit,  December  1917.  Wounded, 
August  1918. 

MILLER,    WILLIAM 

Belvedere  Place.  Private,  2nd  Fusiliers.  Enlisted 
1st  May  1917.     Home  Service — Stirling,  Ireland. 

MITCHELL,    WILLIAM 

Auchterarder  House.  Private,  M.T.,  A.S.C. 
Enlisted  4th  October  1915.  Served  Belgium — 
1915-1919.     Awarded  Meritorious  Service  Medal. 

MOORE,    JOSEPH    BOWMAN 

Auchterarder  House  Gardens.  Private,  6th  Queen's 
Own     Cameron      Highlanders.  Enlisted     12th 

November  1914.  Home  Service — 15  months  at 
Inverness  and  3  months  at  Tain.  Served  France — 
From  August  1915  till  4th  June  1916.  Killed  at 
Hulloch,  near  Loos. 


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MORRIN,    THOMAS 

74  Feus.      Private,  R.A.M.C.     Enlisted  13th  April 
1917.       Home  Service. 


MORRISON,    ALEXANDER 

Milton  Villa.  Private,  5th  Cameron  Highlanders 
(Lochiel).  Enlisted  5th  September  1914.  Home 
Service  —  September  1914-May  1915.  Served 
France — May  1915-September  1915.  Wounded  at 
Loos  on  27th  September  1915.  Discharged,  March 
1916. 

MUIL,    ALEXANDER    C. 

West  U.F.  Manse.  2nd  Lieutenant,  1/7  Argyll 
and  Sutherland  Highlanders.  Enlisted  2nd 
September  1915.  Home  Service.  Served  France 
with  2nd  Gordon  Highlanders,  and  7th  Argyll  and 
Sutherland  Highlanders.  Wounded  —  Bazentin 
15th  July  1916. 

MUIL,    WILLIAM    SHEARER 

West  U.F.  Manse.  Colonel  (Chaplain)  1/6  Black 
Watch.  Enlisted  1st  October  1914.  Home  Service 
— Chaplain  to  Fife  and  Forfar  Yeomanry  in  North- 
umberland and  Ireland;  Principal  Chaplain  of  the 
Lowland  Division.  Served  France—With  1st 
Gordons  and  2nd  Royal  Scots  at  Ypres.  Served 
at  Three  Casualty  Clearing  Stations  at  Bailleul. 
Chaplain    to   four    Hospitals   at    Rouen. 


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NEWLANDS,    PETER 

Abbotsfield  Gardens.  Private,  18th  Elgin  Light 
Infantry  (Canada).  Enlisted,  September  1914. 
Home  Service — 1  year.  Served  France — 3  months. 
Killed,  26th  December  1915. 


NICOL,    CHARLES 

70  High  Street.  Private,  3/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  September  1914.  Home  Service — 1914- 
1916 — Farnborough,  Salisbury  Plain,  Hornslow, 
North  Weald.  Transferred  to  R.A.F.,  February 
1916.  Served  France— February  1917  to  1919  ; 
Ireland,  1919.     Discharged,  February  1919. 


NICOL,    DAVID 

Borland       Park.         Private,       R.A.F.  Enlisted 

September  1918.  Home  Service — Blandford, 
England,  from  enlistment.  Served  Malta — July  to 
December  1919. 

NICOL,    ROBERT 

Boreland  Park.  Private,  6th  Black  Watch. 
Mobilised  5th  August  1914.  Home  Service— 1914- 
1915,  Queensferry,  Dundee,  Bedford.  Served 
France— From  May  1915.      Killed  at  Robecq,  11th 

April  1918, 


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NICOL,    WILLIAM 

70  High  Street.  Corpora],  R.A.F.  Mobilised 
4th  August  1914,  with  6th  Black  Watch  Home 
Service — 1914-1915,  Queensferry,  Dundee,  Bedford. 
Served  France — May  1915-February  1916. 
Discharged,  time  expired.  Re-enlisted  and  joined 
R.A.F. ,  August  1916.     Served  France — From  July 

1917.  Died  of  wounds,  Marquise,  25th  September 
1918. 

PARK,  ALEXANDER  STEPHEN 

6  Ruthven  Street.  Sergeant,  6th  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  1st  April  1907.  Mobilised  August  1914. 
Home  Service — 1  year  8  months. 

PATERSON,  ALEXANDER  JOHN 

Home  Farm,  Auchterarder  House.  O.M.S., 
Legion  of  Frontiersmen,  25th  Battalion  R.F. 
Enlisted  February  1915.  Served  British  East 
Africa,  Uganda,  Borders  of  Belgian  Congo,  and 
German  East  Africa — From  February  1915-March 
1918  ;    on    Italian    Front   with    R.E.    for  3   months 

1918.  Awarded  African  General  Service  Medal 
and  Uganda  Medal. 

PATERSON,    DAVID    BAXTER 

193  High  Street.  Private,  4/5  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  8th  July  1918.  Home  Service — Ireland 
for  4  months.      Served  France — 4  months. 


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PENNY,    JAMES 

45  Feus.  Seaman,  Royal  Navy.  Enlisted  23rd 
February  1909. 

PHILLIPS,    JAMES 

Ashlea,  Ruthven  Street.  Private,  4th  Black  Watch 
(Reserve).  Enlisted  21st  September  1918.  Home 
Service. 

PORTER,    ROBERT 

Belvidere  Place.  Private,  4/5  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  1st  February  1915.  Home  Service — 
Sutton-on-Sea  and  Alford,  5  months.  Served 
France.     Missing  ;  presumed  killed. 

RAMSAY,    ALBERT    C. 

Walnut  Grove  Private,  5th  Scottish  Rifles. 
Enlisted  27th  November  1915.  Home  Service. 
Served  France — Passchendale  Village,  Messines 
Ridge,  Somme.  Wounded  near  Ypres,  March  1918. 
Tooting  Hospital,  London. 

RAMSAY,    DAVID    A. 

Walnut  Grove.  Sergeant,  15th  Tank  Corps. 
Enlisted  June  1915.  Home  Service.  Served 
France — Villers  Bretonneux,  Courelles  Le  Comte, 
Canal  Du  Nord  (near  Cambrai). 


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RAMSAY,    DAVID 

196  High  Street.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  January  1913.  Mobilised  August  1914. 
Home  Service — Dundee,  Queensferry,  Southport. 
Served  France — 3  years  9  months. 

RAMSAY,    DAVID    BISSET 

4  Townhead.       Leading  Seaman  R.  N.R.       H.M.S 
Iolaire.       Enlisted  4th  August  1914.     Drowned  in 
Stornoway  disaster,  January  1919. 


RAMSAY,    JAMES 

146  High  Street.  Private,  9th  King's  Liverpool 
Regiment.  Enlisted  2nd  May  1918.  Home 
Service — May  1918-November  1918.  Served 
France— November  1918-March  1919. 


REID,    JAMES 

Station  Cottages.  Private,  1st  Battalion  Scottish 
Horse.  Enlisted  21st  November  1913.  Mobilised 
August  1914.  Home  Service — 1  year  4  months. 
Served — 3  years. 

RICHARDSON,    THOMAS    BAXTER 

Thorn.  Private,  4th  H.L.I.  Enlisted  4th  October 
1916.      Home  Service— 1916-1918. 


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RIDDOCH,    ANDREW    BLAIR 

9    Mary    Street,    Grahamston,  Falkirk.     Corporal, 

Royal     Defence     Corps     (210  Protection     Coy.) 

Enlisted  September  1914.  Home  Service — 
Guarding  Explosive  Works, 

RIDDOCH,    DAVID 

9  Garth  Terrace.  Gunner,  R.G.A.  (231  Siege 
Battery).  Enlisted  31st  July  1917.  Home  Service 
— July  1917-October  1917.  Served  France — 
October  1917-August  1918. 

RIDDOCH,    MUNGO    JAMES 

146  High  Street.  Private,  77th  Battalion  Canadians. 
Enlisted  January  1915.  Home  Service.  Served 
France — With  87th  Battalion  Canadian  Grenadier 
Guards,  from  June  1916.     Wounded. 

RIDDOCH,    PETER 

13  Feus.  Lance  -  Corporal,  2nd  Argyll  and 
Sutherland  Highlanders.  Enlisted  5th  June  1900. 
Mobilised  4th  August  1914.  Home  Service. 
Served  France — 3  years. 

RIDDOCH,    ROBERT 

Arnott  Cottage,  Feus.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  8th  November  1915.  Home  Service — 
Bridge  of  Earn,  Falkirk,  and  Ripon,  1915-19 16. 
Served  France.  Killed  at  High  Wood,  Somme, 
31st  July  1916. 


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RIDDOCH,    THOMAS 

191  High  Street.  Corporal  R.A.F.  Enlisted  19th 
May  1916.      Home  Service. 

RIDDOCH,    WILLIAM 

146  High  Street.  Sergeant  :  Master-Cook,  1/6 
Black  Watch.  Enlisted  27th  May  1912.  Mobilised 
August  1914.  Home  Service — August  1914-May 
1915.     Served  France — May  1915-November  1917. 

ROBERTSON,    ALEXANDER    STEWART 

Ruthven  Vale  Terrace.  Piper,  16th  Canadian 
Scottish.  Enlisted  8th  January  1916.  Home  Ser- 
vice— Edmonton  (Canada),  Shorncliffe  (England). 
Served  France.  Awarded  Military  Medal  8th 
August  1918. 

ROBERTSON,    ALEXANDER 

13  Ruthven  Vale  Terrace.  Bombardier,  R.G.A. 
Enlisted  2nd  May  1918.  Home  Service.  Served 
France. 

ROBERTSON,    ARCHIBALD    J. 

48  Townhead.  Sergeant,  1/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  8th  August  1914.  Home  Service — August 
1914-May  1915.  Served  France— May  1915- 
December  1918.     Demobilised. 


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ROBERTSON,    GEORGE 

Aberuthven.  Driver,  A.S.C.  (51st  Highland 
Division  Train).  Enlisted  23rd  June  1915.  Home 
Service — 23rd  June  1915-October  1915.  Served 
France  — October  1915-March  1919. 


ROBERTSON,    JOHN 

Aberuthven.  Private,  1/3  Scottish  Horse.  Enlisted 
15th  September  1914.  Home  Service — 15th 
September  1914-18th  August  1915.  Transferred 
to  10th  Lovat  Scouts.  Served  —  Dardanelles, 
Egypt,  Salonica,  and  France. 

ROBERTSON,    JOHN    A.    D. 

73  Feus.  Corporal,  1/7  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
11th  June  1918.  Home  Service — 3  months. 
Served  France,  Belgium,  and  Germany — 8th 
October  19l8-8th  August  1920.  Demobilised,  25th 
September  1920. 

ROBERTSON,    JOHN    L. 

48  Townhead.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
23rd  February  1916.  Home  Service — 23rd  February 
1916-1  st  February  1917.  Served  France — 1st 
February  1917-l3th  February  1919.  Awarded 
Military  Medal. 


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ROBERTSON,    JOHN  MACKINTOSH 

Ruthvenvale  Terrace.  Piper,  P.P.C.L. I.,  Canada. 
Enlisted  18th  August  1914.  Home  Service — 
Ottawa  and  Quebec  ;  Salisbury  Plain  and 
Winchester,  England.  Served  France — 1914-1919. 
Awarded  D.C.M.,  28th  February  1915. 

ROBERTSON,    LOUIS 

North  View.  Private,  Gordon  Highlanders  (5lst 
Y.S.  Battalion).  Enlisted  17th  June  1918.  Home 
Service. 

ROBERTSON,    PETER 

North  View.  Private,  Royal  Defence  Corps. 
Enlisted  6th  September  1914.  Home  Service — 
Home  Defence. 

ROBERTSON,    ROBERT 

48  Townhead.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
16th  March  1915.  Home  Service— March  1915- 
July  1917.     Served  France— July  1917-March  1919. 

ROBERTSON,    WILLIAM 

Millands.  Private,  South  African  Scottish.  Enlisted 
February  1918.  Home  Service — Woking,  from 
February  1918-October  1918.  Served  France — 
1918-March  1919.     Took  part  in  final  offensive. 


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ROBERTSON,    WILLIAM 

48  Townhead.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
30th  July  1914.  Mobilised  4th  August  1914. 
Home  Service — Till  May  1915.  Served  France — 
May  1915-March  1919. 

RODGERS,    JAMES  G. 

Milton.  Sergeant,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
25th  December  1908.  Mobilised  4th  August  1914. 
Home  Service — 9  months.  Transferred  to  8th 
Black  Watch.     Served  France — 3  years  9  months. 

ROSS,    THOMAS    R. 

Bellshill,  Foswell.  Private,  6th  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  May  1914.  Mobilised  4th  August  1914. 
Home  Service— Coast  Defence,  Queensferry  and 
Dundee.  Served  France — From  2nd  May  1915. 
Killed  19th  August  1918.  Awarded  Military  Medal 
August  1917  ;   Croix-de-Guerre  (Etoile),  July  1918. 

ROY,    JAMES 

198  High  Street.  Corporal,  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
5th  August  1915.  Home  Service  —  With  1st 
Garrison  Battalion  Royal  Scots.  Served  France, 
Dardanelles,  and  Egypt. 


ROY,    JOHN 

7  Townhead.  Private,  4th  Battalion,  Canadians. 
Enlisted  15th  May  1917.  Home  Service — May 
1917-February  1918.  Served  France— March  1918. 
Wounded. 


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SALMOND,    GEORGE 

214  High  Street,  Auchterarder.  Lance-Corporal, 
7th  Seaforth  Highlanders.  Enlisted  3rd  June  1915. 
Home  Service.     Served  France.     Killed. 

SALMOND,    WILLIAM 

North  View,  High  Street.  Private,  76th  Coy. 
Canadian  Forestry  Corps.  Enlisted  June  1917. 
Home  Service.  Served  France.  Killed  as  result 
of  accident,  September  18th,  1918. 

SCOTT,    ALEXANDER    BALFOUR 

14  Hiah  Street.  Private,  4th  Black  Watch 
(Reserve).  Enlisted  5th  June  1916.  Home  Service 
— 14  months.     Served  France — 1  month. 

SCOTT,    JAMES 

Aberuthven.  Lance  Corporal,  1st  Seaforth  High- 
landers. Enlisted  October  1910.  Mobilised  4th 
August  1914.  Home  Service— Fort  George. 
Served  France — Neuve  Chapelle,  Loos,  Givenchy, 
2nd  Battle  of  Ypres,  Somme,  Mesopotamia.  Killed 
there. 

SCOTT,    JOHN 

Aberuthven.  Private,  3rd  Machine  Gun  Corps. 
Enlisted,  23rd  June  1915.  Home  Service — Perth, 
Ripon,  London.  Served — Salonica  and  Bulgaria, 
1917-1918. 


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SCOTT,    PETER    MURRAY 

Milton  Villa.  Private,  R.A.S.C,  M.T.  Enlisted 
20th  June  1916.  Home  Service — June-August  1916. 
Served  France — 1st  September  1916.  Wounded 
at  Arras  on  22nd  April  1917.  Discharged  from 
Hospital,  11th  October  1917. 

SCRIMGEOUR,    ANDREW 

67  Feus.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted  4th 
August  1914.  Home  Service — Discharged  through 
deafness. 

SCRIMGEOUR,    JAMES 

67  Feus.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted  9th 
August  1914.  Home  Service.  Served  France — 
May  1915.  Wounded,  July  1916.  Rejoined  Unit 
and  transferred  to  Scottish  Horse  ;  then  to  Royal 
Scots,  North  Russia,  August  1918  to  end  of  war. 

SHARP,    DAVID    WILLIAM 

57  Townhead.  Private,  6th  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
August  1915.  Home  Service — Oueensferry  and 
Ripon.  Served  France — 1915-1918.  Wounded 
Ypres  ;  and  again  at  Arras.  Demobilised  1918. 
Served  Internment  Camp  at  Shinafoot  1918-1919. 

SHARP,    DUNCAN 

2nd  Lieutenant,  11th  Battalion,  1st  Australian 
Division.  Home  Service.  Served  Egypt,  Gallipoli, 
and  France.     Killed  1918. 


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SHARP,    GEORGE 

West  Australia.  Sergeant,  16th  Battalion,  Australian 
Infantry  Brigade.  Military  Medal.  Enlisted 
August  1914.  Served — Egypt,  Gallipoli,  France. 
Killed  1917. 

SHARP,    JOHN 

Kirkwood  Cottage.  Private,  Canadian  Forestry 
Corps  (74th  Company).       Enlisted  4th  September 

1917.  Home  Service — September  1917-February 

1918.  Served  France— February  1918-1919. 

SHARP,    PETER  K. 

Kirkwood  Cottage.  Lance-Corporal,  2nd  Canadian 
Infantry.  Enlisted  24th  April  1917.  Home 
Service — April  1917-September  1917.  Served 
France — September  1917  to  end  of  1918. 

SHAW,    DAVID 

Broadfold  Cottage.  Private,  6th  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  11th  October  1915.  Home  Service — 1  year 
6  months.  Served  France — July  1916-September 
1916;  Salonica,  June  1917- January  1918. 
Discharged,  28th  May  1918 


SHAW,  MUNGO 

Broadfold  Cottage.  Lance-Corporal,  3/4  Seaforth 
Highlanders.  Enlisted  2lst  October  1918.  Home 
Service — Glencorse. 


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SHAW,    WILLIAM 

Broadfold  Cottage.  Corporal,  A.S.C.  Enlisted 
April  1915.  Home  Service — April  1915-February 
1916.  Served        Salonica  —   February       1916- 

March  1919. 


SHEPHERD,   ALEXANDER 

5  Garth  Terrace.  Lance-Corporal,  4/5  Black 
Watch.  Enlisted  14th  August  1916.  Home 
Service. 

SHEPHERD,    GEORGE 

5  Garth  Terrace.  Corporal,  1/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  16th  October  1914.      Home  Service. 

SHEPHERD,    JOHN 

5  Garth  Terrace.  Private,  8th  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  29th  May  1915.     Home  Service. 

SINCLAIR,    DAVID 

13  Garth  Terrace.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  1st  May  1913.  Mobilised  August  1914. 
Home  Service — 13  months  Black  Watch;  12  months 
M.G.C.  Served  France— May  1915-October  1915  ; 
April  1916-November  1917.  1  Year  Black  Watch, 
1  year  M.G.C. 


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SINCLAIR,    DAVID 

Belvidere  Place.  R.S.M.  The  Black  Watch  (2nd, 
1st,  6th,  2/6,  2/5,  2/4,  8th,  and  2nd).  Enlisted  7th 
January  1892.  Mobilised  4th  August  1914.  Home 
Service — Since  mobilisation  served  on  various  coast 
defences  in  Scotland,  England,  and  Ireland. 
Served  France  and  Belgium  ;  with  Army  of 
Occupation  in  Germany.  [South  African  War — 
Served  in  Cape  Colony,  Orange  Free  State,  and 
Transvaal],  Discharged  on  3lst  March  1920. 
Awarded  D.C.M.  ;  South  African  War  Medal ; 
Belgian  Croix  de  Guerre  ;  and  Long  Service  and 
Good  Conduct  Medal. 

SINCLAIR,    EBENEZER    IMRIE 

35  Townhead.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
August  1914.  Home  Service— 1914-1915.  Served 
France.     Killed  1st  April  1917.    Buried  at  Morelle. 

SINCLAIR,    HOPE 

Townhead.  Private,  15th  Battalion  H.L.I. 
Enlisted  September  1914.  Home  Service — 6 
months.  Served  with  1st  Battalion  H.L.I,  in 
Mesopotamia.  Wounded  1st  July  1916.  Killed 
October  1918. 

SINCLAIR,    JAMES 

Pothill.  Private,  4/5  Black  Watch.  Enlisted  28th 
May  1918.  Home  Service  —  Edinburgh,  till 
September  1918.  Served  France — From  October 
1918. 


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SINCLAIR,    JOHN 

208  High  Street.  Private,  1st  Gordon  Highlanders. 
Enlisted  16th  June  1916.  Home  Service — 16th 
June  1916-18th  January  1917.  Served  India — 
18th  January  1917-March  1919. 

SINCLAIR,    JOHN 

Pothill.  Private,  3rd  Scots  Guards.  Enlisted  26th 
June  1918.  Home  Service — Catesham  and 
Wellington  Barracks,  London. 

SINCLAIR,    ROBERT 

Pothill.  Corporal,  2nd  Life  Guards.  Enlisted  16th 
November      1914.  Home      Service — Windsor, 

November  1914-August  1916.  Served  France — 
August  1916.  Wounded  at  Le  Cateau  on  21st 
October  1918. 

SMEATON,    ALEXANDER 

Sunny  brae.  Private,  7th  Seaforth  Highlanders. 
Enlisted  11th  December  1916.  Home  Service. 
Served  France.     Wounded  twice. 

SMEATON,   ANDREW   JAMES 

Bank  Place.  C.S.M.I.M.  1/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  23rd  February  1910.  Mobilised  August 
1914.  Home  Service— August  1914-May  1915. 
Served  France — From  May  1915.  Wounded 
Beaumont  Hamel,  November  1916.  Awarded 
Military  Medal,  July  1916  (Somme). 


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BURGH-SMEATON,    JACK 

Manitoba,  Canada,  and  Coull,  Auchterarder.  Cadet, 
27th  Battalion,  Winnipeg,  Infantry.  Enlisted  30th 
November  1914.  Served  France — From  October 
1915.  Recommended  on  the  field  for  Commission 
at  Battle  of  St.  Eloi,  March  1916.  Killed,  10th 
April  1917  at  Vimy  Ridge. 

SMITH,    ALEXANDER 

Kinnoull  Place.  Driver,  361st  Company  A.S.C 
Enlisted  October  1915.  Home  Service — Winchester, 
1  year.     Served  France — 2  years  4  months. 

SMITH,    ROBERT    W. 

Birch  Cottage.  Wheeler  R.F.A.  (Lowland 
Brigade  and  23rd  Army  Brigade).  Enlisted  14th 
December  1915.  Home  Service — December  1915- 
July  1918.  Served  France— July  1918  ;  and  with 
Army  of  Occupation. 

SMITH,    WILLIAM    L. 

Birch  Cottage.  Private,  6th  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  September  1914.  Home  Service — 
September  1914-December  1916.  Served  France 
— December  1916.  Wounded  at  Vimy  Ridge  in 
April  1917.  Transferred  to  R.E.  as  from  April 
1917. 


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SMITTON,    PETER 

Deansland.  2nd  Lieutenant.  12th  King's  Royal 
Rifle  Corps.  Enlisted  1st  December  1915.  Home 
Service — East  Coast  Defences,  etc.  Served  France. 
Twice  wounded,  and  Prisoner  of  War,  March  1918. 


SMITTON,    WILLIAM 

Whitleybank.  C.S.M.  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
15th  February  1892.  Mobilised  4th  August  1914. 
Home  Service — 4th  August  I9l4-2nd  May  1915. 
Served  France— 2nd  May  1915-April  1917. 

SOMERVILLE,    CHARLES 

Castleton.  1st  Air  Mechanic,  R.N.A.S.  (70th 
Wing).  Enlisted  26th  October  1916.  Home 
Service — Seaplane  Base,  Felixstowe. 

SOMERVILLE,    JAMES 

Castleton.  Sapper,  R.E.  (112th  Railway  Company). 
Enlisted  19th  March  1918.  Home  Service. 
Served  France. 

SOMERVILLE,    JAMES    DICKSON 

Borland  Park.  Lance-Corporal,  13th  Black  Watch 
(Scottish  Horse).  Enlisted  10th  September  1914. 
Home  Service — 1914-1915.  Served  Gallipoli, 
Egypt,  Salonica,  and  France,  1915-1919. 


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SOMERVILLE,   JOHN 

Borland  Park.  Private,  8th  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
7th  July  1916.  Home  Service.  Served  France — 
From  November  1916.  Prisoner,  23rd  March  1918. 
Died  Friemersheim,  18th  May  1918. 


SOUTAR,  ALEXANDER  BUCHANAN 

Hawthorn  Cottage.  Sapper,  R.E.  Enlisted  15th 
July  1915.  Home  Service — Bedford.  Served 
France  and  Italy,  till  March  1919. 


SOUTAR,  ANDREW  GEORGE 

59  Feus.  Private,  Gordon  Highlanders  (53rd  Y.S. 
Battalion).  Enlisted  August  8th,  1918.  Home 
Service — Tillicoultry,  from  August  1918. 

SOUTAR,    JAMES 

59  Feus.  Sergeant,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
February  1893.  Mobilised  4th  August  1914. 
Home  Service — With  1/6  Black  Watch.  Served 
France — May  1915-April  1919.  Germany — From 
April  1919  to  August  1919.  England— August 
1919  to  April  1920. 

SOUTAR,  JOHN  BUCHANAN 

Hawthorn  Cottage.  Sapper  R.E.  Enlisted  12th 
August  1918.      Home  Service — Bedford. 


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SOUTAR,    JOHN 

59  Feus.  Private,  2/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
13th  October  1916.  Home  Service— With  2/6 
Black  Watch,  from  October  1916-February  1918. 
Transferred  to    R.A.M.C.,  Norwich  and  Leicester. 

STEEL,    GEORGE 

168  High  Street.  Private,  Black  Watch 
(Canadians).  Enlisted  1917.  Home  Service — 
Canada.     Served  France,  where  he  was  wounded. 

STEEL,    JOHN    T. 

56  Feus.  Sergeant,  16th  Canadian  Scottish. 
Enlisted  4th  August  1914.  Home  Service — 1914- 
1915.  Served  France — From  11th  February  1915. 
Killed  Ypres,  30th  April  1915. 

STEIN,   ALEXANDER 

76  Feus.  Signaller,  6th  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
12th  February  1913.       Home  Service. 

STEVENSON,    DAVID    H. 

Lilliesleaf  House.  Corporal,  79th  (43rd  Camerons), 
Canada.  Enlisted  18th  December  1914.  Home 
Service— Canada,  4  months  ;  England,  8  months. 
Served  France — 9  months.  Prisoner  of  War  at 
Altdam  for  2  years. 


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STEVENSON,  JOHN  T. 

Lilliesleaf     House.  Lance-Corporal,     1/6  Black 

Watch.       Enlisted  21st    October    1914.  Home 

Service — 2      years.  Served      France — 2  years 
4  months. 


STEVENSON,    WILLIAM    TODD 

Lilliesleaf  House.  Captain,  A.S.C.  Enlisted  18th 
June  1915.  Home  Service — 2  years.  Served 
France — 6  months  ;  Salonica  and  Constantinople, 
till  end  of  War. 


STEWART,    GRIFFITH 

192  High  Street.  Private,  1st  Scots  Guards. 
Enlisted  February  1915.  Home  Service — Glen- 
corse.     Served  France — From  1916  to  end  of  War. 


STEWART,    HUGH    JOHN 

Crown  Hotel.  S.Q.M.S.,  2nd  Australian  Light 
Horse.  Enlisted  6th  September  1914.  Served 
Gallipoli.       Died   at    Malta,  2nd   September  1915. 

STEWART,    JAMES 

Beechtree  House.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  1st  April  1916.  Home  Service.  Served 
France.     Twice  wounded. 


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STEWART,    JOHN    JAMES 

7  Feus.  Private,  4th  Gordon  Highlanders. 
Enlisted  18th  December  1916.       Home  Service — 

3  months.     Served  France — 1917-1919, 

STEWART,    MALCOLM 

45  Townhead.  Lance-Corporal  1/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  1st  March  1916.  Home  Service — Ripon. 
Served  France.  Missing  21st  March  1918. 
Presumed  killed. 

STEWART,    NICOL  MOODIE 

Greenbrae        House.  Private,        1/7       Gordon 

Highlanders.  Enlisted  12th  March  1917.  Home 
Service— 1  year  9  months.  Served  France. 
Wounded  and  lost  a  limb  on  Arras  Front. 

STEWART,    PETER  M'EWEN 

Greenbrae  House.  Private,  13th  Black  Watch 
(S.H.)     Enlisted  6th  June  1918.     Home  Service — 

4  months.      Served  France— 6  months. 

STEWART,    ROBERT    KEILLOR 

Greenbrae  House.  Private,  R.A.S.C.,  M.T.  (4th 
Water  Tank  Company).  Enlisted  20th  March 
1918.  Home  Service— -6  months.  Served  France 
— 6  months. 


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SPRUNT,    WILLIAM 

9  Ruthven  Street.  CO. M.S.  Royal  Engineers. 
Enlisted  5th  August  1914.  Home  Service — 
August-December  1914.  Served  France — January 
1915-January  1919. 


SUTHERLAND,    DANIEL 

22  High  Street.  Private  R.A.S.C.  (M.T.),  attached 
No.  2  Field  Ambulance.  Enlisted  7th  April  1918. 
Home  Service — 1  month  in  England.  Served 
France— From  May  1918  to  November  1918  with 
the  1st  Division  near  Bethune,  Arras,  Douai, 
Somme,  and  Aisne. 


TAYLOR,    DANIEL    SINCLAIR 

Upper  Coul.  Private,  Royal  Fusiliers.  Enlisted 
28th  May  1918.  Home  Service — Greenock,  from 
28th  May  1918. 


TAYLOR,    ROBERT 

Greenhead  House.  Gunner,  53rd  A.  A.  Company, 
Royal  Garrison  Artillery.  Enlisted  29th  June  19 1 7. 
Home  Service — Trained  in  77th  T.R.B.  Royal 
Scots,  Dundee.     Served  on  London  Defence. 


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TAYLOR,    WILLIAM 

Aberuthven.  Private,  6th  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
5th  August  1914.  Home  Service — Queensferry, 
Hawick,  Bridge  of  Earn,  and  Norwich,  from  August 
1914-July  1916.  Served  France— 29th  July  1916- 
7th  March  19.17.  1st  Battle  of  Somme.  Transferred 
to  403  Agricultural  Company  Labour  Corps,  as 
from  7th  March  191 7. 

THOMSON,    ALEXANDER 

42  Townhead.  Private,  2nd  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
October  1916.  Home  Service.  Served  India, 
Mesopotamia,  and  Egypt. 

THOMSON,  THOMAS 

56  Townhead.  Lance-Corporal,  1st  Argyll  and 
Sutherland  Highlanders.  Enlisted  16th  June  1916. 
Home  Service— June  1916-September  1916.  Served 
Salonika—September  1916-March  1919. 

THOMSON,    WILLIAM 

Ruthven  Street.  Private,  20th  Machine  Gun  Corps. 
Enlisted  June  1916.  Home  Service — 5  months. 
Served  France — From  November  1916  to  January 
1919. 

TRAN,    ROBERT 

20     Townhead  Private,      2/6      Black     Watch. 

Enlisted  24th  January  1916.  Home  Service — In 
Coast  Defence  Force,  England. 


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WADDELL,    CHARLES    NICOLL 

Foswell.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted  14th 
September  1914.  Home  Service — Queensferry 
and  Dundee  for  8  months.  Served  France — 2nd 
May  1915-23rd  April  1917.  Wounded.  Served 
Salonica— 22nd  November  I917-15th  July  1918. 
Served  France  again.      Demobilised. 

WADDELL,    JOHN 

Foswell.  Sapper,  R.E.  (371  Forestry  Company). 
Enlisted  22nd  May  1916.  Home  Service — Nigg. 
Served  France — From  July  1916-March  1919. 

WALKER,    ALEXANDER 

Keir  Cottage,  Feus.  Sergeant,  Royal  Army  Service 
Corps  (Horse  Transport).  Enlisted  17th  November 
1914.  Home  Service — November  1914  August 
1916.  Served  Salonica — 2  years  ;  France  and 
Belgium — 8  months.  Mentioned  in  General  G.  F. 
Milne's  Dispatches,  25th  October  1917. 

WALKER,    GEORGE 

229  High  Street.  Private,  Labour  Corps.  Enlisted 
15th  July  1916.      Home  Service. 

WALKER,    HENRY 

Crieff  Road.  Corporal,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
4th  August  1914.  Home  Service  -Queensferry, 
Dundee,  Ripon.  Served  France — Wounded  31st 
July  1917.     Died  of  wounds,  2nd  August  1918. 


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WALKER,    JAMES 

Crieff  Road.  Corporal,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
4th  August  1914.  Home  Service.  Served  France 
— Wounded  21st  March  1918.  Awarded  Military 
Medal. 

WALKER,   JOHN 

198  High  Street.  Private,  8th  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  26th  April  1915.  Home  Service — Reserve. 
Served  France.      Prisoner  of  War. 

WALKER,    JOHN 

7 1  High  Street.  Private,  Royal  Buck  Hussars. 
Enlisted  1st  October  1918.  Home  Service — 
Canterbury,  and  Aldershot  6  months.  Died  at 
Perth,  6th  April  19 19. 

WATSON,    ALEXANDER 

Aberuthven.  Bombardier,  Canadian  Field  Artillery. 
Enlisted  September  1915.  Home  Service — Canada 
and  England  for  5  months.  Served  France — 
January  1916-March  i919.  1st  Battle  of  Somme, 
Arras,  Vimy  Ridge  ;  also,  2nd  Battle  of  Somme 
and  Battle  of  Cambrai. 

WATSON,    JOHN    HEADRICK 

57  Townhead.     Private, 

Canada.     Enlisted  1916.      Home  Service.     Served 

France.     Wounded. 


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WATSON,    WILLIAM 

28  Ruthvenvale  Terrace.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  13th  February  1914.  Mobilised  4th 
August  1914.  Home  Service.  Served  France. 
Killed  17th  November  1917. 


WATSON,    WILLIAM 

Auchterarder  Castle.  Private,  3rd  and  8th  Battalion 
Black  Watch.  Enlisted  6th  June  1918.  Home 
Service — Curragh,  Ireland  ;  Broxton  and  Clipstone 
Camps,  England.  Served  France — From  October 
1918  till  December  ;  and  Germany,  from  December 
to  August  1919.     Demobilised  8th  November  1919. 

WATT,    THOMAS 

Aberuthven.  Private,  10th  Gordon  Highlanders. 
Enlisted  December  1914.  Home  Service — At 
Midhurst  till  March  1915.  Served  France — May 
1915.  Loos,  Somme,  Arras,  Ypres,  Soissons,  and 
final  offensive. 

WATTERS,    DUNCAN 

18  Ruthvenvale  Terrace.  Sergeant,  1/6  Black 
Watch.  D.C.M.  for  capturing  enemy  machine  gun 
single-handed,  2lst  July  1918.  Enlisted  1st 
December  1915.  Home  Service — 1  year.  Served 
France— 1916-1918.     Killed  27th  August  1918. 


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WATTERS,    THOMAS 

19  Ruth  ven  vale  Terrace.  Lance-Corporal  1/9 
Royal  Scots.  Enlisted  4th  August  1914.  Home 
Service — Haddington  and  Peebles.  Served  France 
—November  1914-1915.  From  end  of  1915- 
February  1919. 


WHITE,    JAMES 

Ivy  Cottage.  Private,  M.T.,  R.A.S.C.  (77  Siege 
Battery,  Ammunition  Column).  Enlisted  5th  June 
1915.  Home  Service — June  1915-September  19 15 
Grove  Park  and  Bedford.  Served  France — 
September  1915-June  1916,  attached  36  Siege 
Battery  Arras-Albert  Front;  June  1916-March  1917, 
attached  56  Siege  Battery  on  Somme  ;  March  1917- 
July  1917,  Arras  ;  July  1917-February  1918, 
attached  77  Siege  Battery  Ypres  Front  ;  February 
1918-August  1918,  Arras  ;  with  77  and  various 
Siege  Batteries,  August  1918  till  Armistice;  from 
Ficheux  to  Le  Quesney  and  Bavay.  Demobilised 
9th  January  1919. 


WHITE,    JOHN 

41  High  Street.  Private  and  Wheeler,  8th  Black 
Watch,  1st  and  2nd  Machine  Gun  Corps.  Enlisted 
16th  March  1916.  Home  Service — Ripon  and 
Grantham.     Served  France. 


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WHITELAW,    JOHN 

167  High  Street.  Sergeant,  1/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  August  1914.  Home  Service — Queens- 
ferry  and  Dundee.  Served  France.  Transferred 
to  Royal  Air  Force,  April  1917.  Wounded  at 
Neuval  St.  Vaast,  May  1916. 

WIGHTMAN,    JAMES 

118  High  Street.  Private,  M.T.,  A.S.C.  Enlisted 
24th  June  1916.      Home  Service.     Served  Egypt. 

WILKIE,    THOMAS 

Castleton.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
5th  August  1914.  Home  Service — 8  months. 
Served  France.      Killed  30th  July  1916. 

WILSON,    ALEXANDER 

66  High  Street.  Private,  2nd  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  30th  June  1917.  Home  Service — Nigg, 
July  1917-October  1917.  Served  India — From 
11th  October  1917  ;  Egypt — From  February  1918. 
Demobilised,  March  1920. 

WILSON,    DANIEL 

125  High  Street.  Corporal,  2/10  Royal  Scots 
(Cyclists  Section).  Enlisted  10th  December  1915. 
Home  Service — North-East  Coast  Defences  ;  and 
Physical  and  Bayonet  Instructor.  Served  with 
5/6  Royal  Scots  32nd  Division  in  France.  Wounded 
left  hand  during  advance  over  Sambre-Oise  Canal, 
November  4th,  1918. 


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WILSON,    JOHN 

177  High  Street.  Sergeant,  6th  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  February  1911.  Mobilised  4th  August 
1914.  Home  Service— August  1914-May  1915. 
Served  France— May  1915-March  1919  ;  with  Army 
of  Occupation. 

WILSON,    JOHN 

Strathern  House.  Private,  6th  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  7th  August  1914.  Home  Service 
— North  Queensferry,  South  Queensferry,  Dalmeny, 
Inverkeithing,  Wormit,  Dundee,  Bedford.  Served 
France— From  2nd  May  1915  to  30th  July  1916. 
Killed  30th  July  1916. 

WILSON,    WILLIAM 

177  High  Street.  Sergeant,  6th  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  12th  February  1913.  Mobilised  4th 
August  1914.  Home  Service — 4th  August  1914- 
2nd  April  1915.  Discharged  on  medical  grounds. 
Re-enlisted  3rd  December  1915.  Instructor  of 
Musketry,  Scottish  Command,  from  December  1917- 
February  1919.  Demobilised  from  Unit  3rd  Royal 
Scots. 

WRIGHT,    DANIEL 

Newton  Feus.  Private,  Labour  Corps.  Enlisted 
November  1917.  Home  Service.  Served  France 
—till  March  1919. 


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WRIGHT,    JAMES 

Newton  Feus.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
5th  February  1915.  Home  Service — 1915-1916. 
Served  France— 1916-lOth  April  1918.  Prisoner  of 
War.  Escaped  May  3rd,  1918,  through  German 
lines  (swam  La  Bassee  Canal). 

WRIGHT,    JAMES    MACKENZIE 

77  High  Street  Lance-Corporal,  M.T.,  R.A.S.C. 
5th  Tank  Brigade.  Enlisted  22nd  January  1917. 
Home  Service — Grove  Park,  London,  and  Woolwich 
Arsenal.     Served  France — With  Tank  Division. 

WRIGHT,    JOHN    M'LAREN 

2  Ruthvenvale  Terrace.  Private,  2nd  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  28th  September  1916.  Home  Service — 
Nigg\      to      November    1916.  Served       India, 

Mesopotamia,  Egypt,  till  August  1919. 

WRIGHT,    WILLIAM 

Newton  Feus.  Private,  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
March  1916.  Home  Service  —  March  1916- 
September  1917.  Served  France — September  1917- 
March  1919,  with  R.A.F. 

WYLIE,    ANDREW 

41  Powmarium  Street,  Perth.  Private,  12th  Royal 
Scots.  Enlisted  20th  February  1915.  Home 
Service — 5  months.  Served  France.  Killed,  July 
1916. 


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WYLIE,    DAVID 

Pairney  Cottage.  Private,  6th  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  10th  February  1914.  Mobilised  4th 
August  1914.  Home  Service — 3  years,  because 
under  age.  Served  France — From  14th  July  1917. 
Taken  prisoner  on  28th  March  1918.  Released 
13th  November  1918.     Discharged  February  1919. 

WYLIE,    JAMES 

Pairney  Cottage.  Private,  3rd  Australian  Infantry. 
Served  Egypt,  France.  Killed,  August  16th, 
1916. 

WYLIE,    JOHN 

Pairney  Cottage.  Private,  3/6  Black  Watch. 
Transferred  to  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
September  1915.  Home  Service — 2  years  at  Ripon. 
Served  France — From  March  1918  till  end  of 
War. 

WYLIE,    PETER 

Kinnoull  Place.  Private,  1/6  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  August  1914.      Home  Service. 

YOUNG,    FRANK    C. 

66  Townhead.  Sapper,  R.E.  Enlisted  1st 
February  1915.  Home  Service.  Served  France— 
1915-1918. 


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YOUNG,    JAMES    ROBERTSON 

66  Townhead.  Lance-Corporal,  2nd  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  13th  December  1914.  Home  Service — 
1914-1915.  Served  France — 1915  ;  Mesopotamia, 
1916.     Killed,  5th  March  1916. 


YOUNG,    THOMAS    EDWIN 

Union  Bank  House.  Major,  6th  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  1899.  Mobilised  August  1914.  Home 
Service.     Served  France. 


YOUNG,    WILLIAM    ROBERTSON 

66  Townhead.       Chief  Engineer,   R.N.   Transport 
Service.      Mobilised.     Served  at  Sea,  1914-1919. 


CAMERON,    JOHN 

Auchterarder     House    Gardens.        Private,     South 
African  Forces.     Served  Africa. 


Women's    Section 


ANDERSON,    MARGARET 

The  Bungalow.  Staff  Nurse,  Q.A.I.M.N.S.  (R.) 
Enrolled  23rd  July  1916.  Served  Salonica — 2\ years 
at  29th  Stationary  and  63rd  General  Hospitals. 

BURGH-SMEATON,    JANET 

Coul.  V.A.D.  Home  Service — Tooting  Military 
Hospital,  London. 

CAMERON,    ELIZABETH 

Auchterarder  House  Gardens.  Sister  Q.A.I.M.N.S. 
(R.)  Enlisted  4th  July  1915.  Served  France  and 
Belgium.    Mentioned  in  Dispatches,  December  1917. 

CAMPBELL,    MARTHA 

Isdale  Park.  V.A.D.,  No.  4  Perthshire  Voluntary 
Aid  Detachment.  Home  Service — Cook  at  V.A. 
Hospital,  Paignton,  Devon,  December  1917-May 
1918.  Nurse,  Red  Cross  Hospital,  Torquay,  from 
November  1918. 

DEUCHARS,    MARGARET 

25  Ruth ven vale  Terrace.  V.A.D.,  No.  4  Perth- 
shire Voluntary  Aid  Detachment.  Joined  11th 
August  1915.  Home  Service — 3  years  in  Aberdeen 
Military  Hospital.  Served  France — 30th  General 
Hospital,  from  1918  to  end  of  War, 


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DOW,    MARY 


Birchwood.  Q.M.A.A.C.  Enrolled  May  1917. 
Home  Service — 1  month.  Served  France — 1  year 
9  months. 


DUFF,    MARGARET    MARY 

Rowanbank.  V.A.D  ,  No.  4  Perthshire  Voluntary 
Aid  Detachment.  Enrolled  October  1915.  Home 
Service — S^  years  1st  Northern  General  Hospital, 
Newcastle-on  Tyne.     Bangor  Military  Hospital. 

DUNN,    MARGARET 

Templeton  House.  V.A.D.,  No.  4  Perthshire 
Voluntary  Aid  Detachment.  Enrolled  1910. 
Home  Service — 4  months  Red  Cross  Hospital, 
Perth. 


DUNN,  MARGARET  MENZIES 

50  Feus.  V.A.D  ,  No.  4  Perthshire  Voluntary  Aid 
Detachment.  Joined  August  1910.  Home  Service 
— 3  months  Red  Cross  Hospital,  Perth. 


EADIE,    MARGARET  S. 

Zona.  V.A.D.,  No.  4  Perthshire  Voluntary  Aid 
Detachment.  Joined  2lst  August  1916.  Home 
Service — 19  months  in  Perth  Red  Cross  Hospital, 
and  10  months  in  2nd  London  General  Hospital. 


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FORREST,  CHARLOTTE  ELEANOR 

Gynack.  V.A.D.,  4th  Perthshire  (Section  Leader). 
Enrolled  1st  July  1916.  Home  Service — 8  months 
in  Auxiliary  Hospital. 


HALDANE,    LADY    (Margaret  Edith   Stuart) 

Foswell.  V.A.D.,  No.  4  Perthshire  Voluntary  Aid 
Detachment.  Home  Service — Red  Cross  Hospital, 
Perth,  February  1917  ;  and  in  Canteen  at  Cromarty, 
February-March  1919. 


HALDANE,    MARY    ELIZABETH 

Foswell.  V.A.D.,  No.  4  Perthshire  Voluntary  Aid 
Detachment.  Joined  January  1915.  Home  Service 
— January  1915-January  1917,  at  St.  Leonard's 
Hospital,  Edinburgh,  and  Red  Cross  Hospital, 
Perth.  Served  France — July  1917-December  1918, 
at  No.  8  B.R.C.  Hospital,  and  No.  9  B.R.C. 
Hospital. 


HALLY,    EFFIE    R. 

Ruthven  Tower.  V.A.D.,  No.  4  Perthshire 
Voluntary  Aid  Detachment.  Enrolled  September 
1915.  Home  Service — 8  months  Red  Cross 
Hospital,  Perth,  and  Convalescent  Hospitals. 


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HALLY,    MARGARET    Y.    H. 

Ruthven  Tower.  V.A.D.,  No.  4  Perthshire  Volun- 
tary Aid  Detachment.  Joined  September  1916. 
Home  Service — 2  years  5  months,  Red  Cross 
Hospital,  Perth,  and  2nd  London  General  Military 
Hospital. 


HALLY,    MARGARET  ANDERSON  EADIE 

Ruthvenside.  Assistant-Quartermaster,  No.  4 
Perthshire  Voluntary  Aid  Detachment.  Enrolled 
May  1917.  Home  Service  —  Oakbank  War 
Hospital,  Glasgow. 


HEGGIE,  MARGARET  BROWN 

Borland  Park.  Sister,  Q.A.I. M.N.S.  (Reserve). 
Joined  22nd  February  1915.  Served  France — 4 
years  :  Rouen,  10th  General  Hospital  ;  Aubigny, 
42nd  C.C.S.  ;  Boisleux  au  Mont,  43rd  C.C.S.  ; 
Awoingt,  Cambrai,  45th  CCS.  Mentioned  in 
Dispatches,  January  1917.  Awarded  R.  R.  C. 
June    1917. 


M'INTOSH,  AGNES  HENDERSON 

Castleton.  Government  Hospital,  Claremont, 
West  Australia.  Enlisted  October  1917.  Home 
Service — 4th  S.G.  Stobhill,  Glasgow. 


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MiVER,    MARGARET    (Mrs) 

17  Ruthven  Street.  V.A.D.,  No.  4  Perthshire 
Voluntary  Aid  Detachment.  Enrolled  11th 
November  1917.  Home  Service — Cook,  V.A.D. 
Hospital,  Perth.     Birnam. 

MACKENZIE,    ELIZABETH    (Mrs) 

St.  Andrew's  Manse.  V.A.D,  24  Detachment 
Edinburgh.  Transferred  to  No.  4  Perthshire. 
Enrolled  22nd  February  1917.  Home  Service  — 
St.  Leonard's  Red  Cross  Hospital,  Edinburgh  ;  the 
Royal  Infirmary,  Edinburgh  ;  and  Leith  Civilian 
Hospital, 


MAILER,    JEAN    MORTON 

Belvidere  Place.  Home  Service — Sister  in 
Chantmarle  Military  Hospital,  Dorset,  1915. 

MALCOLM,    MARGARET    BUTTER 

Auchterarder  Castle.  V.A.D.  No.  4  Perthshire 
Voluntary  Aid  Detachment.  Home  Service — 
Blairgowrie,  August  1916-December  1916  ;  Perth, 
February  1917-July  1918. 

MALLIS,    CATHERINE    (Mrs) 

Drumcharry.  V.A.D.,  No.  4  Perthshire  Voluntary 
Aid  Detachment.  Home  Service — From  March 
1915  to  November  1916  at  Red  Cross  Hospital, 
Perth. 


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MALMS,    MARGARET    REID 

84  High  Street.  V.A.D.,  No.  4  Perthshire 
Voluntary  Aid  Detachment.  Home  Service — 
Strathallan  Castle  Convalescent  Hospital,  1914. 

MINTY,    ELSIE    WINTON 

Cloan.  Home  Service.  Sister  and  Masseuse, 
Cloan  Auxiliary  Hospital,  1914-1918. 

MUIL,    MARGARET    C.    (Mrs) 

14  Pitcullen  Crescent,  Perth.  Cook,  No.  4  Perth- 
shire V.A.D.  Home  Service — Assistant  Cook  at 
Tayside  Auxiliary  Hospital.  Perth. 

NICOL,    JEAN 

70  High  Street.  Sister.  Enlisted  September  1914. 
Home  Service — Dalmeny  Hospital,  1914-1916  • 
Bristol,  1916-1918.     Served  Italy— 1918-1919. 


NICOL,    SARAH    LITTLEJOHN 

70  High  Street.  V.A.D.,  No.  4  Perthshire 
Voluntary  Aid  Detachment.  Enrolled  22nd  October 
1914.  Home  Service — Red  Cross  Hospital,  Perth, 
till  July  1915.  Joined  Women's  Legion  February 
1918. 


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RICHARD,    CECILIA 

Fernibank.  Sister     T.F.N. S.         Joined    1909. 

Mobilised  14th  May  1915.  Home  Service — 1st 
Southern  General  Hospital  and  4th  Scottish  General 
Hospital.     Awarded  R.R.C.,  1st  Class. 

SPEIRS,    JESSIE 

73  High  Street.  O.M.A.A.C.  Enrolled  6th  June 
1917.      Home  Service — Cooking  at  Tillicoultry. 

STEEL,   MARGARET    D. 

56  Feus.  V.A.D.,  No.  4  Perthshire  Voluntary  Aid 
Detachment.  Home  Service — Perth  V.A.D. 
Hospital,  May-August  1916  ;  1st  Scottish  General 
Hospital,  Aberdeen,  December  1916  to  end  of 
War. 

TAYLOR,    ISABELLA    (Mrs) 

187  High  Street.  V.A.D.,  No.  4  Perthshire 
Voluntary  Aid  Detachment.  Joined  21st  October 
1914.  Home  Service — Red  Cross  Hospital,  Perth, 
October  1914-December  19  L5. 

WATSON,    BELLA 

28  Ruthvenvale  Terrace.  W.A.A.C.  Joined  July 
1918. 


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WATSON,    MAY 

28  Ruthvenvale  Terrace.  V.A.D.  No.  4  Perth- 
shire Voluntary  Aid  Detachment.  Joined  5th 
October  1918.  Home  Service — Red  Cross  Hospital, 
Perth. 


WHITE,    ANNIE    M. 

Drumcharry.  V.A.D.,  No.  4  Perthshire  Voluntary 
Aid  Detachment.  Home  Service — 9  months  at 
Perth  Red  Cross  Hospital  and  Convalescent 
Homes. 

YOUNG,    NESSIE    M'DOUGAL    (Mrs) 

Union  Bank  House.  Quartermaster  (May  1917) 
No.  4  Perthshire  Voluntary  Aid  Detachment. 
Enrolled  August  1914.  Home  Service — Royal 
Victoria  Hospital,  Edinburgh,  and  Ruberslaw 
Auxiliary  Hospital,  Crieff. 


ADDENDUM 


Addendum  Pa§e  3 


ADAM,    JAMES    HAY 

Hawthorn  Cottage,  Feus.  Driver,  36  Brigade, 
2nd  Division,  Royal  Field  Artillery.  Enlisted 
10th  June  1915.  Home  Service— 10th  June  to 
1st  October  1915.  Served  France — 3rd  October 
1915-June  1919. 

ANDERSON,    JOHN 

The  Bungalow.  Engine  Room  Artificer,  Royal 
Navy  Enlisted  10th  November  1914.  Home 
Service  —  H.M.S.  Mignonette  1916-1917,  Mine 
Sweeping  North  Sea  and  South  of  Ireland.  Sunk 
by  Mine,  17th  March  1917.  H.M.S.  Destroyer 
Valentine  1917-1919.  In  action  in  Heligoland 
Bight,  and  in  Cattegat.  Abroad — H.M.S.  Destroyer 
Arno,  Dardanelles  1915.  Took  part  in  Suvla  Bay 
Landing  and  in  action  with  Shore  Batteries. 
Demobilised  28th  March  1919. 

CAMPBELL,   ARCHIBALD 

64  Townhead.  Staff  Sergeant- Major,  School  of 
Musketry.  Enlisted  September  1914.  Home 
Service— 1914-1918. 

CAMPBELL,    DAVID    M. 

64  Townhead.  Corporal,  Machine  Gun  Corps, 
52nd  Battalion.  Enlisted  4th  August  1914.  Home 
Service — 1914-1915.  Served  Egypt,  Palestine, 
France,  and  Belgium,  1916-1919. 


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CARSTAIRS,    JOHN 

192  High  Street.  Private,  8th  Battalion,  Black 
Watch.  Enlisted  8th  February  1915.  Served 
France  and  Rhine. 


COCHRANE,    HENRY 

Ruthven  Street,  Auchterarder.  Private,  11th  Argyll 
and  Sutherland  Highlanders.  Enlisted  17th  August 
1914.     Served  France  and  Salonica. 


COCHRANE,    WILLIAM 

10  Garth  Terrace.  Driver.  144th  Battery,  Royal 
Field  Artillery.  Enlisted  4th  August  1914.  Served 
France  and   Belgium. 


DEUCHARS,    DAVID 

19  Bute  Street,  Falkirk.  Private,  2nd  Royal  Scots 
Fusiliers.  Home  Service — 6  months.  Served 
France.      Died  of  wounds  25th  October  1918. 


DEWAR,    DONALD 

58  Doncaster  Street.  Glasgow  Private,  11th 
Battalion,  Black  Watch.  Enlisted  23rd  April  1917. 
Home  Service— April  1917-March  1918.  Served 
France— 1918-1919    with     10th    Battalion    Gordon 


Highlanders. 


Addendum  Pa^e  5 

EADIE,    DAVID    H. 

Fernie  Croft  Cottage.  Private,  3rd  K.O.S.B. 
Enlisted  June  1916.  Home  Service  —  Ireland  and 
Dunfermline. 

FAICHNEY,    DUNCAN 

Slatehall  House.  Private,  51st  Gordon  Highlanders. 
Enlisted  May  1918.  Home  Service — Thetford, 
May    1918-February     1919.  Served    Germany 

1919-1920. 

FAICHNEY,    DUNCAN 

7      Garth      Terrace.  Private,      2/4     Australian 

Pioneers.  Enlisted  November  1915.  Home 
Service — Salisbury.  Served  Egypt  and  France. 
Disabled  August  1917.      Discharged  February  1918. 

FAICHNEY,    WILLIAM 

2  Castleton  Road.  Private,  R.A.S.C.  Enlisted 
August  1915.  Home  Service — 1915-1916.  Served 
1916  -  1919  —  Salonica,  Egypt,  and  Palestine. 
Wounded  December  1917.  In  Salonica,  attached 
to  2nd  Battalion  East  Kents ;  in  Egypt  and 
Palestine,  with  2/1  East  Anglian   Field  Ambulance. 

FAICHNEY,    WILLIAM    MENZIES 

7  Garth  Terrace.  Trooper,  12th  Australian  Light 
Horse.  Enlisted  July  1915.  Home  Service — 
Brisbane,  Australia.  Served — Egypt  1916;  France, 
where  transferred  to  Artillery  as  Gunner ;  later, 
Driver,  2nd  Divisional  Ammunition  Column. 
Demobilised  1919. 


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FOOTE,    ALEXANDER    N. 

Castleton.  Private,  1st  Scottish  Horse.  Machine 
Gun  Corps.  Enlisted  3rd  October  1913.  Mobilised 
August  1914.  Home  Service — 1914-1915.  Served 
Gallipoli,  Egypt,  Palestine.      Demobilised  1919. 

FOOTE,    JAMES    NICOLL 

Castleton  Private,  H.L.I.  Enlisted  May  1918. 
Home  Service  —  4  months.  Served  France. 
Demobilised  October  1919. 

GRANT,    ALEXANDER 

76  Feus.  Driver-Gunner,  185  Battery,  R.G.A. 
Enlisted  3rd  September  1914.  Home  Service — 
1  year  8  months.     Served  France- — 3  years. 

IMRIE,    JOHN    HENRY 

Evelyn  Street,  Verdun,  Montreal.  Private,  Canadian 
Railway  Troops.  Enlisted  August  1915.  Home 
Service —  England,  1  year.    Served  France — 2  years. 

JOHNSTONE,    ALEXANDER 

Westfield  Place.  Sergeant,  9th  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  2nd  September  1914.  Home  Service — 
Aldershot,  September- November  1914;  Draycott 
and  Salisbury,  1915  ;  Richmond  (Yorkshire),  1916  ; 
Dunfermline,  Northfolk,  Nigg,  South  Ireland. 
Served  France  —  June  1915  ;  Loos,  September, 
wounded  ;  1917,  Arras  ;  1918,  Neippe  Forest, 
Armentieres,  Lille,  throughout  final  advance  until 
Armistice.     Attached  from  1918  to  K.O.Y.L.I. 


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LYNCH,    JOHN 

64  Feus.  Private,  11th  Hussars;  transferred  to 
5th  Cavalry  Regiment  ;  transferred  to  7th  Seaforth 
Highlanders.  Enlisted  11th  September  1914. 
Home  Service — Dunbar,  York.  Served  France — 
1915.  Wounded  at  Vermilles,  25th  September  1915. 
At  Hill  60  and  also  at  Ploegstreete.  Advance  on  the 
Somme  ;  Delville  Wood.  Wounded  at  Longueval. 
Hospital  2  years.     Discharged. 

MAILER,    GEORGE 

Castleton  Road.  Private,  2nd  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  28th  November  1916.  Home  Service — 
Nigg.     Served  India,  Egypt. 

MALTMAN,    PETER 

Templeton  House.  Private,  Royal  Veterinary 
Corps.  Enlisted  24th  June  1915.  Home  Service 
—24th  June  1915-20th  October  1915.  Served 
Salonica — November  1915-May  1918.  France — 
May  1918-22nd  May  1919.      Demobilised. 

MICHAEL,    ANDREW    JOHN 

13  Norfolk  Street,  Glasgow.  Shoeing  Smith, 
R.F.A.,  18th  Division.  Enlisted  27th  April  1915. 
Home  Service — April-July  1915.  Served  France. 
Wounded  20th  July  1916  on  the  Somme. 
Demobilised  March  1919. 


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MORRISON,    ROBERT 

Townhead.  Private,  Machine  Gun  Corps,  270th 
Company,  D.  Section.  Enlisted  May  1915.  Home 
Service.  Hospital,  July  1915  January  1916.  Served 
Quetta— November  1917-1919.  Died  Port  Said  on 
way  home,  13th  December  1919. 

M'KAY,    JOHN 

Hilton  Cottage.  Bombardier,  R.G.A.  Enlisted 
June  1907.  Mobilised  4th  August  1914.  Home 
Service — 3^  years.  Garrison  Duty,  Plymouth  and 
Shoeburyness.  Served  h\  years  Gibraltar.  France, 
November  1914 ;  also  Flanders  and  with  Army 
of  Occupation  in  Germany  till  November  1919. 
Gassed  twice. 

M'KAY,    WILLIAM 

43  North  Bridge  Street,  Crieff.  Private,  18th 
H.L.I.  Enlisted  10th  November  1915.  Home 
Service  —  Fort  George  1916.  Served  France, 
and  in  Germany  with  Army  of  Occupation  to 
19th  September  1919. 

M'LEOD,    JAMES 

•Rosebank  House.  Private,  1st  Battalion,  Duke  of 
Cornwall's  Light  Infantry.  Enlisted  1st  September 
1879;  re-enlisted  11th  October  1915,  No.  2 
Supernumary,  6th  Black  Watch.  Home  Service — 
Dublin,  Aldershot.  Discharged  physically  unfit, 
31st  March  1916. 


Addendum  Pa§e  9 


M'LELLAN,    DAVID 

Ivy  Bank,  Ruthven  Street.  Private,  1st  Garrison 
Battalion,  H.L.I.  Enlisted  14th  January  1916. 
Home  Service— Fort  Georee  and  Inverness. 


'&' 


ROBERTSON,   WILLIAM 

Nether    Fordun.       Private,    13th    Battalion    Royal 
Scots.  Enlisted     November     1914,     in     A.S.C. 

Prisoner  of  War. 


RODGER,  JOSEPH  CUTHBERT 

Milton.  Sergeant,  2nd  H.L.I.  Enlisted  25th 
September  1908.  Served  France — 13th  August 
1914-1919.     Was  in  Retreat  from  Mons. 

SALMOND,    JOHN 

214  High  Street.  Gunner,  Ammunition  Column, 
R.F.A.  Enlisted  26th  September  1915.  Home 
Service — Piers  Hill  Barracks,  Edinburgh,  3  months. 
Served  France  —  3  years  6  months.  Gassed, 
Cambrai,  28th  November  1917.  Demobilised 
21st  June  1919. 

SCOALES,    ALEXANDER 

Gowanlea,  Ruthven  Street.  Chief  Armourer,  Royal 
Navy.  Enlisted  26th  November  1894.  Served— 
Grand  Fleet,  H.M.S.  Vulcan.  Discharged  disabled 
29th  September  1915. 


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SHEPHERD,    ALEXANDER 

Broadfold  Cottage.  Corporal,  9th  Black  Watch. 
Enlisted  14th  August  1916.  Home  Service  — 
14th  August-25th  December  1916,  Nigg.  Served — 
Somme,  Arras,  Ypres,  Hulloch,  Soissons,  and  with 
Army  of  Occupation,  December  1916-October  1919. 

SHEPHERD,    GEORGE 

Newton  Feus.  A/  Corporal,  1/6  Black  Watch 
(Trench  Mortar).  Enlisted  16th  October  1914. 
Home  Service— Dundee,  Wormit.  Served  France 
—May  1915-April  1919. 

SMITH,    DAVID 

Longshot.         Private,     R.A.M.C.        Attached    1st 
Devons.      Enlisted  24th  June  1916.      Home  Service 
— England.      Served  France — 2  years  10  months 
Attached  17th  Division. 

SMITH,    DAVID    FYFE 

Hillside,  Abbey  Road.  Sapper,  R.E.  (Signals). 
Enlisted  5th  April  1917.  Home  Service — Bedford, 
Devonport.     Served — Egypt  and  Palestine. 

STEWART,    ALEXANDER    D. 

Rosebank  House.  Private,  3/1  Scottish  Horse. 
Enlisted  5th  June  1916.  Home  Service — Dunkeld, 
7  months  with  Scottish  Horse.  Transferred  8th 
Battalion  Black  Watch.  Served  France — January 
1917-July  1919;  Somme,  Arras,  Ypres. 


Addendum  Pa§e  n 


SUTHERLAND,    CORRIE 

Private,  Canadian  Engineers.  Served  France — 
4  years. 

SUTHERLAND,    DUNCAN 

Sergeant,  Scottish  Horse.  Home  Service — 3  years. 
Served — German  East  Africa  1  year. 

SUTHERLAND,    JOHN    M.    B. 

Private,  New  Zealand  Rifles.  Home  Service — 
2  years. 

TAYLOR,   JOHN    JAMES 

168  High  Street.  2nd  Air  Craftsman,  R.A.F. 
Enlisted  October  1918.  Home  Service — South 
of     England.  Served     France.  Demobilised 

December  1919. 

WYLIE,    PETER 

Kinnoull     Place.  Private,     6th     Black     Watch. 

Enlisted  14th  August  1914.  Home  Service — till 
May  1915.  Served  France— May  1915- April  1917; 
Mesopotamia  1917;  Egypt  1918-1919.  Demobilised 
May  1919. 

YOUNG,    DAVID 

25  High  Street.  3rd  A.M.,  R.A.F.  Enlisted 
September  1918.  Home  Service  —  Transport 
Driver,  Hurst  Park,  Sandown  Park,  and  Edzell. 


Pa§e  12  Addendum 


GUNN,  ADELAIDE  LUCY  FRANCES  MRS 

Deansland.  V.A.D.  No.  6  Detachment,  Edinburgh. 
Enrolled  June  1910.  Home  Service — Craigleith 
Military  Hospital  (2nd  Scottish  General),  Edinburgh, 
December  1914  and  January  1915.  May  and 
June  1915. 


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SOUTAR,  ANDREW  GEORGE 

59  Feus.  Private,  Gordon  Highlanders  (53rd  Y.S. 
Battalion).  Enlisted  8th  August  1918.  Home 
Service — Tillicoultry,  from  August  1918  till  April 
1919.  Germany— From  April  1919  to  August  1919. 
England— August  1919  to  April  1920. 

SOUTAR,  JAMES 

59  Feus.  Sergeant,  1/6  Black  Watch.  Enlisted 
February  1893.  Mobilised  4th  August  1914. 
Home  Service — With  1/6  Black  Watch.  Served 
France— May  1915  till  March  1916.